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Former Paycor President Named to Al. Neyer Board of Directors

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Tuesday March 31, 2020

Former Paycor President Named to Al. Neyer Board of Directors

From the Cincinnai Business Courier:

FORMER PAYCOR PRESIDENT NAMED TO CINCINNATI REAL ESTATE BOARD

One of Cincinnati’s largest commercial real estate developers has tapped Paycor’s former president for its board of directors.

On Tuesday, Al Neyer announced Stacey Browning, who spent more than two decades with Paycor, will join its board. Browning’s appointment comes roughly three months after she joined Uptown-based venture development firm CincyTech USA as managing director of its digital portfolio.

“It’s a really exciting time to join this group of professionals,” Browning said in a statement. “Al Neyer is experiencing explosive growth and helping its employee-owners truly take ownership in that success. As an advocate for innovation and entrepreneurialism, I’m looking forward to supporting the strategy behind the people and processes that make it all happen.”

Christian “Chip” Nielsen III, Al Neyer’s board chair, praised Browning’s experience, saying in a statement her “keen ability to grow a business and develop talent will play a critical part as the company expands its footprint.”

Read more here from Meg Garner at the Cincinnati Business Courier.


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