Character Council Honors Dinsmore’s George Vincent

November 6, 2012News Releases
While words and actions may change from one day to the next, character remains constant. Dinsmore’s George Vincent couldn’t have said it better and on November 7th he will be one of four Greater Cincinnati leaders honored as a Hero of Character.

Vincent, who serves as the Managing Partner and Chairman for Dinsmore, was recognized as the lone Business – Character Hero by the Character Council of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

“George is a savvy and dynamic leader in the City of Cincinnati. With a quick mind and a strong work ethic, there is almost no topic on which George is not versed. I have learned a lot working with George over the last 20 years and am proud to call him a friend,” said Phil Castellini, Chief Operations Officer for the Cincinnati Reds.

Vincent’s character is illustrated through his commitment to a variety of area business and community organizations. His belief in the importance of making a positive contribution to the community in which he lives and works is the fuel behind his role in serving as the Chair of the Board for the Cincinnati Art Museum, previously serving as the 2011 Chair of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, and his current involvement with the Cincinnati Museum Center and The Christ Hospital, among others.

"George is incredible at connecting with both towering business figures and with the intern who delivers his mail. In a world where it can be easy to lapse into cynicism and selfishness, George sets a striking example of virtue," said Russell Newsom, an attorney at Dinsmore.

Vincent’s dedication to Greater Cincinnati is also exhibited by his commitment to helping his clients accomplish more of their organizational objectives. He counsels area businesses with regard to strategic growth, through acquisitions, mergers and funding, and regulatory oversight. His understanding of business and the drivers behind growth and profitability have made him an invaluable resource to his clients, and the community, for over three decades.

Founded in 2000, The Character Council of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky is devoted to promoting good character in order to improve the lives of local residents and enrich the spirit of the community. Their annual celebration is an important fund raising event supporting character education programs in local schools and in the community. This year’s celebration includes Keynote Speaker Anthony Muñoz (former Bengals Offensive Lineman), Emcee Steve Raleigh (WCPO-TV Chief Meteorologist) and Special Guest Paul Daugherty (sports writer for The Enquirer). For more information visit