CincyTech Staffers Earn Promotions

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February 27, 2022
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Sarah Douglas  is a director at CincyTech.

CincyTech is proud to announce the promotion of three members of its team.

Sarah Douglas, formerly an investment analyst, has been promoted to director. Nick Imhoff, formerly a staff accountant, is now senior accountant. Emily Nickles, formerly an accounting manager, is CincyTech’s controller.

“Sarah, Nick, and Emily have played integral roles in the success of our organization. We are proud to recognize their outstanding work” said Mike Venerable, Chief Executive Officer.

Douglas began her career at Cambridge Associates in Arlington, Virginia where she was an analyst and team lead in the performance reporting group. She holds Bachelor’s degrees in Finance and Marketing from the University of Kentucky.

Imhoff joined CincyTech in June 2020, gaining responsibility for a wide range of accounting functions including treasury, bookkeeping, and the preparation of financial statements for both CincyTech and its various funds.

Nick Imhoff is a senior accountant at CincyTech.

Prior to joining CincyTech, Imhoff spent nearly two years at PricewaterhouseCoopers specializing in global mobility and expatriate taxation consulting. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Ohio, and he holds two bachelor's degrees from the University of Kentucky; one in Accounting, the other in Finance.

Nickles joined CincyTech after seven years working in financial services for UniRush (Rushcard). Prior to that, she worked in public accounting for KPMG and Barnes Dennig. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Bowling Green State University and a Masters Degree in Taxation from the University of Cincinnati.

Emily Nickles is the controller at CincyTech.

In over 15 years of investing, CincyTech has been among the Midwest’s most active seed funds. We have invested in more than 80 technology and health startups in southwest Ohio. These portfolio companies have collectively driven more than $1 billion in economic impact into the region.

CincyTech is supported by Ohio Third Frontier, more than two dozen grantors and investors, foundations, corporations, municipalities and individuals as well as our founding partners, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the University of Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

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