Kristi Nelson recognized as Henriette Cleveland Inspiring Women Honoree
Kristi Nelson, Vice President of Global Human Resources and General Counsel for Multi-Color Corporation has received the 2020 Henrietta Cleveland Inspiring Women award.
Volunteerism and community work are staples of this Northern Kentucky native’s life given her innate sense of responsibility to “pay it forward” and uplift others in the community. Kristi’s work away from the corporate world is just as rich as she currently serves on the boards of several local organizations, including: The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, the Northern Kentucky Convention Center Corporation and the Northern Kentucky University Foundation.
Additionally, she is an advocate for Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center and co-chairs the St. Elizabeth Foundation’s capital campaign for its new state-of-the-art cancer center, a cause to which she is personally invested. These are among the reasons she deserves to be the 2020 recipient of the Henrietta Cleveland Inspiring Women award.
Henrietta Cleveland refused to allow death and despair to define her. Through faith in God, Henrietta emerged from great personal loss with a renewed sense of purpose: to establish a hospital in Covington to fulfill unmet needs. We celebrate Henrietta’s legacy and her influential role as creator of St. Elizabeth Healthcare. It is an honor to be recognized as the 2020 recipient of the Henrietta Cleveland Inspiring Women award. May my gratitude be best expressed through my actions and ardent support for St. Elizabeth’s advancement of comprehensive cancer care in our region.” — Kristi Nelson
Everyone please join us in congratulating our very own Kristi Nelson for receiving the 2020 Henrietta Cleveland Inspiring Women award! She continues to lead by example and is a true role model for our organization. Congratulations Kristi!