They’re single. They’re successful. And they’re right here in Greater Cincinnati.

This month we’re proud to introduce you to eight Single & Successful ladies who make things happen in the Queen City. They’re lawyers, bankers, therapists, educators and entrepreneurs. And each of them is beautiful in her own unique way.

So how can you approach these ladies who have it all together? Turns out it’s not as scary as you might think. “Single & Successful” alumnus Melissa Scalia, who also happens to be my sister, offers up some advice for guys looking to make the first move.

Of course, many of us don’t stay single forever. What happens next? Turns out Mom knew what to do all along. Check out my “Style” article for advice on navigating uncharted territory.

5chw4r7z introduces us to a few more enterprising singles making waves in Cincinnati’s social scene; Mike Karwath checks in from the road on his way to the legendary King of the Hammers off-road race; The Seedy Seeds take root in the local music scene; Nathan Stierwalt shares how unplugging helped him reconnect; and Will Chambers recalls what it’s like for a 12-year-old boy to go to Opening Day (including a photo that is NOT to be missed).

Also, don’t miss our new blogger, Joe Yoo, who offers an introduction to himself, his new blog and what he plans to cover. Make sure you check back often right here to Cincinnati Profile to see what Yoo has in store for you.

Lastly, I’d like to personally invite you to our Cincinnati Profile launch party. We’re launching our new “online only” format and it’ll be the first of many events we’ll be hosting. Just click here to RSVP and I’ll see you there!

So, married or single, successful or on the way up, I hope you enjoy this month’s issue. And if you haven’t yet, please take a moment to click the link above and “subscribe” to stay in the loop and receive exclusive offers only for Cincinnati Profile insiders.

Thanks for stopping by.


Pete Scalia