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Nick Wade

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
nickwade@rcov.org

Nick Wade is a Kentucky native, growing up in the Central KY town of Danville. He served as the Director of the Heart of Danville Main Street Program, beginning in 2015. During his time in Danville, he helped install the first large scale mural in the downtown, developed a monthly concert series, and led the most successful membership drive in the program’s 32-year history.

Prior to Heart of Danville, Nick worked as a publicist for legendary country music artists in Nashville. He holds a B.A. in Public Relations from Eastern Kentucky University.

Nick, his husband, and their three dogs are excited to join the Covington community.

 
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Anne David 

MARKETING DIRECTOR
annedavid@rcov.org

Anne spent 13 years working in advertising agencies creating marketing and media strategies that got results for her clients.

In 2014, Anne refocused her strategic and business energy into her passion for working with the community. Anne holds a Bachelor of Science from Boston University’s College of Communication.

In her free time, she enjoys exploring Covington’s dynamic food and cocktail scene.

 

 
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Megan Ayers
SPECIAL PROGRAMS & GRANTS DIRECTOR
meganayers@rcov.org

Megan is passionate about local food and community-making. In 2013, she bought her first home in Sayler Park, a western, river-adjacent neighborhood in Cincinnati, and commenced to creating a working, biodiverse, and sustainable farm on less than ¼ acre. Parkland Homestead Farm was born, and she began vending at Covington Farmers Market in 2015.

Also in 2013, she founded Sayler Park Sustains, a free, day-long festival celebrating community, DIY sustainable practices, local music, growers, makers, Earth advocates, and local food and beer.

Additionally, Megan is an English professor, writer, animal welfare proponent, musician, and volunteers actively in her community.