Mark Silbersack, of counsel in Dinsmore’s Cincinnati office, has been elected President of The Cincinnatus Association (Cincinnatus). Silbersack, a Cincinnatus member for more than a decade, will serve for one or two years as President. Cincinnatus, founded in 1920, focuses on learning and responding to the issues and needs of the City of Cincinnati and the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area, particularly improvements to the structure and operation of local government.
Silbersack, whose responsibilities include chairing the Executive Committee, said his goals as President include, “having a positive impact on the community by improving the sharing and coordination of government services in the area, the operation and finances of the City of Cincinnati, and the already solid performance of the Cincinnati Public School System.”
Silbersack is a member of Dinsmore’s Litigation Department and focuses his practice on antitrust litigation and counseling. His experience includes internal corporate audits and investigations, class actions, and appellate work. He is the Planning Committee Chair for the 2012 Great Lakes Antitrust Institute.
Silbersack is committed to the community and currently serves as President of Children, Inc., a member of the United Way’s Impact Cabinet and Regional Public Policy Council, and a member of the City of Cincinnati Human Services Advisory Committee.