In August of 2009, it was announced that Bill Scheyer
would lead Vision 2015 . As president, Scheyer is responsible for the strategic direction and operations of Vision 2015, managing the implementation of Northern Kentucky’s 10-year strategic plan.
Before coming to Vision 2015 Scheyer was president of Southbank Partners, Inc., an organization committed to promoting economic impact within Northern Kentucky’s river cities. Prior to Southbank, Scheyer served as city administrator for the City of Erlanger. He has served as president of both the Northern Kentucky and statewide City/County Management Associations. He is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University and an alumnus of both Leadership Northern Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati Regional Leadership Forum.
His involvement in community visioning in Northern Kentucky began with his participation in the Quest process in 1995.
serves as vice president of communication and strategic initiatives for Vision 2015. As vice president, Williams works with organizational partners and volunteers to oversee project implantation in the areas of educational excellence, economic competitiveness, livable communities, and effective governance. She also coordinates communication efforts, public engagement, and produces publications and marketing pieces for the organization.
Prior to joining Vision 2015, Williams held positions in marketing at Intrinzic Marketing and Design as well as public policy at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Williams is a graduate of Leadership Northern Kentucky and is past chair of the leadership program.
Williams is actively involved with numerous volunteer activities associated with Northern Kentucky University, the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Chambers of Commerce, Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, and a variety of other civic groups. She was also a member of the Vision 2015 Leadership Team during the visioning process. Williams has been named a Business Courier Forty Under 40 Leader of Distinction, a "Power Player" in Cincy Magazine, and a Northern Kentucky Outstanding Woman.
Nancy Costello serves as Manager, Education Initiatives with Vision 2015. She is currently “on loan” as in-kind staff support to the Northern KY Education Council. In this role, she supports strategic action teams of the Council, business/education partnerships, One to One Reading program support and other strategic initiatives supporting education and workforce development.
Before joining Vision 2015, Costello held human resources management positions with several local companies including Chiquita Brands and Great American Financial Resources. Costello’s most recent volunteer work includes tutoring with One to One: Practicing Reading, Covington Partners Board of Directors and serving as co-chair for an inner city youth sports program through Cincinnati Youth Collaborative. She represents Vision 2015 on the Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board and Every Child Prepared Advisory Council.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology/Sociology from Miami University and her Master of Labor and Industrial Relations from Michigan State University.
serves as Manager of Strategic Initiatives for Vision 2015. In this role, Frech is responsible for the implementation of initiatives surrounding regional stewardship and livable communities.
Prior to joining Vision 2015 Frech was the Director of YouthBuild of Northern Kentucky through the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission. Frech was a 2008 Teach For America Corps Member, teaching middle school special education at Bishop Spaugh Community Academy in Charlotte, N.C.
Frech is actively involved with Legacy, a young professional’s group through the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and is currently President. Additionally, Frech is a One to One coach at Ninth District Elementary School and serves as a Catechist for Bellarmine Chapel. She received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Sociology with a minor in English from Xavier University and is currently pursuing her Master's in Educational Administration from Xavier.
serves as the Strategic Initiatives Coordinator for Vision 2015. In this role, Sunday supports regional initiatives such as the Regional Indicators Report and manages key vendor and partner relationships.
Prior to joining Vision 2015, Sunday was the Seasongood Intern to Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory and the Northern Kentucky University Athletics Development Graduate Assistant. Sunday, originally from Columbus, Ohio, played for NKU Women's Tennis team throughout her years as an undergraduate while participating in APB (Activities Programming Board) and various other volunteer activities.
Sunday is actively involved with Legacy, a young professional's group through the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, volunteers as a One to One coach at Sixth District Elementary School, and is a member of the American Marketing Association. Sunday is strongly involved in Northern Kentucky University and is currently completing her Masters in Public Administration at NKU where she also received her Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration.