Kimberly Rossetti

Kimberly Rossetti Tri-ED-versary Q&A

August 19, 2022

VP of Economic Development Kimberly Rossetti is celebrating her three-year Tri-ED-versary. She moved to NKY in 2019 from Lexington and leads Tri-ED’s successful economic development team. She shares her NKY best kept secret and she’s a fan of Cincinnati-chili – learn which one is her favorite!

        1. What’s the most important thing you’ve learned since joining Tri-ED?

          I’ve learned that our team is passionate about our work and mission, as well as resilient.  All of our team members have been at Tri-ED between three to four years and we’ve gone through a rebuilding process, a global pandemic, the new office normal – and at the same time delivering excellent service to our community and clients.

        2. What do you want to accomplish or learn in the next year?

          We just started a new business growth strategy at Tri-ED and I want to accomplish the process implementation, executing on our efforts, and attracting new investment from new and existing clients.

        3. What’s your favorite Tri-ED memory?

          I have so many!  One of my favorites, though, is our work happy hours.  We celebrate wins in the community, as well as personal wins for the team.

        4. What is Northern Kentucky’s best kept secret?

          It’s probably not a secret to most, but I love Kremer’s Market.  They have the best lunch options and we also order client lunches from them.  I don’t like to cook, so I love that I can pick up dinner at Kremer’s for my family!

        5. What’s your favorite Cincinnati-style food or restaurant? 

          Skyline all the way!