George and Kim Vincent Chair 2015 Heart Ball

February 20, 2015News Releases
Dinsmore & Shohl’s Managing Partner and Chairman George H. Vincent and his wife Kim are serving as co-chairs for the 2015 Greater Cincinnati Heart Ball, the American Heart Association’s annual black tie gala. Themed, “Playing for Your Heart,” the Heart Ball will roll on Saturday, February 21 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

George focuses his practice on M&A and corporate counseling and represents both public and private companies, as well as the Cincinnati Reds. He has received a number of recognitions for his work, including being named "Lawyer of the Year" in Cincinnati for Corporate Governance Law in 2012 by The Best Lawyers in America.

George is actively involved in the community, having served as Chair of the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, the Hamilton County Republican Party, The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati Museum Center, The Christ Hospital, the Hamilton County Board of Elections, the Queen City Club and the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Kim Vincent is a realtor with Sibcy Cline Realtors in Kenwood. She is also an occupational therapist and has worked in a variety of settings for over 25 years. Kim has a background in physical medicine and is a rehabilitation specialist and served as school occupational therapist in Mason, Lakota and Indian Hill school districts.

Kim is also actively involved in the community and serves on the Board of Trustees at the Springer School and Center and at the May We Help Board. She is a Founding Member of the Women's Club at Queen City Club, a former co-chair of the JDRF annual gala, an Artswave Women's Leadership Roundtable Committee member and United Way 100 year Anniversary Committee Vice-Chair.

Last year’s Heart Ball raised over $1,000,000 and drew a record crowd of 1000 attendees. Funds raised from the event are used to fund the American Heart Association’s lifesaving research and educational programs. Heart disease and stroke are the number one and four killers in America and the leading causes of death in Greater Cincinnati.