Queens of Queen City is a public initiative I started. It’s dedicated to uncovering forgotten histories of the Greater Cincinnati Area’s women in essays, podcasts, interviews, photos and video tours. I’ve been working on it since April 2017 and launched the website in June 2017.

Presenting web content with engaging narratives; conducting social media accounts; networking for community outreach; researching in libraries and archives in Midwest; conducting communications with experts, scholars and researchers; planning and presenting at events; designed logo with Adobe Photoshop and website with WordPress

  • Uncovered 9 previously unknown works by Sarah Piatt, including the only published narrative known
  • Among notable presentations are on Cincinnati-based Piatt research at Salon at Mac-O-Chee and general research for Nerd Nite at The Rook in OTR
  • Reviving lost literary figure Sarah Piatt by raising public awareness through an extensive marketing strategy that builds into multi-channel action with public events, especially in her home of Cincinnati and North Bend
  • Working on a variety of exciting, city-wide unannounced projects in an effort to tell history from the margins