Board meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at Queen City Radio in the executive conference area on the second floor.
Lisa is currently serving her 8th year as BLHDG president. Under her leadership, the group has organized and grown to become a sustainable community enterprise serving the district’s residents, property owners, and businesses.
For 20 years, Lisa has served the public as a Juvenile Corrections Officer for Hamilton County. Her dedication to helping others extends to her neighbors, whether it’s welcoming someone with an information packet, taking care of parking leases, or pitching in on a neighborhood clean-up day. Lisa has lived in Betts-Longworth for 26 years. She and her daughter Dorothea enjoy traveling and vacationing at the beach whenever they can.
Noah O’Brien has been a resident of the Betts-Longworth Historic District since 2011. He is a manufacturing engineering consultant and an active community volunteer. His volunteer activities include serving on the Executive Board of the West End Community Council; serving as an officer on the Board of Directors of the Lloyd Library and Museum, a 150-year-old, scientific institution in the West End; and representing the neighborhood on the FC Cincinnati West End Community Advisory Committee, which provides oversight for the implementation and execution of a 30-year Community Benefits Agreement.
Dottie Lewis was born and raised in the West End. Dottie played a key role in the establishment of the Betts-Longworth Historic District in 1982 and is officially recognized as one of the founding "pioneers." She has been recognized by the City of Cincinnati as a preferred developer and has received the Preservation Award from the Cincinnati Preservation Association. Her decades of work in the neighborhood were filled with obstacles, challenges, and a lot of persistence, but she feels rewarded by the wonderful character of neighborhood.
Mike served a long career as the executive director of Miami University Middletown. He moved to the neighborhood in 2004 and has been an active volunteer. He is always willing to participate in projects that improve the neighborhood.
Matt is an IT professional and has volunteered with the BLHDG since its inception. His service has included multiple terms as the organization's secretary and organizer of the quarterly neighborhood volunteer clean-up day .