Just one week after Councilmember Priscilla Tyson announced her upcoming departure from Columbus City Council, Mitchell J. Brown followed suit with an announcement of his own today. Brown has served in the position for nearly six years and will not be seeking re-election for a second full term. “It has been an incredible journey,” stated Brown. […]
After serving as both director and director emeritus of the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium for 42 years, Jungle Jack Hanna will retired on December 31, 2020. “Out of respect for the many people whose lives the Hannas have touched, this news is being shared now to give the community ample time throughout the rest of […]
Whether you are looking to retire or are already retired, be proactive and learn ways to approach the next chapter of your life. Bring to life your dreams, past interests and bucket lists. Explore options and take small steps toward greater satisfaction, connection and meaning. Set the stage for an exciting new chapter of your […]
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Retirement should be the most exciting time of your life. With the world changing at breakneck speed, you might need to change course or take a few detours to live the life you want. Join us on Wednesday, May 16, at 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the Hilton Columbus/Polaris for our new seminar, Road […]
Superintendent Dan Good announced his retirement this morning. Appointed as an interim superintendent in 2013 — after former superintendent Gene Harris stepped down amid a data-rigging scandal — Good spent the following five years leading Columbus City Schools. During his time there, he prioritized the implementation of new digital and physical data review systems, increased […]
After 10 years of service as President and CEO of Columbus’ Center of Science and Industry (COSI), David Chesebrough announced today that he plans to retire at the end of the year. Chesebrough was hired for the position in March 2006, and has lead the organization through a transformative period during its 52 year history. “It has been […]