Heroes of Character 2020

October 22, 2020  |  Virtual Celebration

UPDATE June 8, 2020

Due to our current circumstances and the unknowns of the foreseeable future in regards to this pandemic, we have made the decision to move this year’s event to a VIRTUAL Heroes of Character Celebration. That means you can attend from wherever you are! And we have some very special surprises in store to make sure this will be a celebration to remember! We have also extended the deadline for nominations to June 30, 2020.

Celebrating 20 Years of Character in the Tri-State Region

On October 22nd, we will gather to honor the 2019 Heroes of Character in Fairfield at Receptions. These Heroes have been nominated by their peers as upstanding citizens and people of character, and represent the best of the Tri-State area. They come from all over the region, from different backgrounds and walks of life. They are willing to do the right thing, no matter who is watching. They set an example of care and compassion in our communities. They may never have met before this event, but they are connected, nonetheless – by their character.

Master of Ceremonies this year will be Tyler Bradshaw. Bradshaw has hosted a number of our events and we are pleased to welcome him back once again. He is an educator, announcer, and enthusiastic public speaker. Tyler currently serves as an Associate Director in the Office of Admission at Miami University, coordinating nationwide recruitment efforts for Ohio’s original Public Ivy. Tyler recruits in Columbus, Ohio, and helps co-manage Miami’s Red Brick Roadshow (a multi-city admitted student event program). Tyler has spoken to thousands of college-bound students across the country since joining the Miami staff in 2011.  Additionally, Tyler’s voice is well-recognized in local athletic communities as a dynamic announcer and broadcaster. He announces games for a number of different teams throughout Greater Cincinnati. Tyler is a member of the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Board of Directors, helping those with physical and developmental disabilities play the game of baseball in an accessible, state-of-the-art facility. Tyler is a passionate advocate for mental health issues as well. After losing his Father, Scott, as a victim of suicide in 2013, Tyler started SeeyaBub.com. Seeya Bub is a blog where Tyler discusses the difficulty he faced in losing his Dad, covering topics related to grief, mental illness, and suicide prevention. He now speaks at schools, churches, and other community organizations about the importance of mental health, carrying on his Dad’s memory and story.

Our Heroes and Student Heroes

Nominations for Heroes and Student Heroes of Character open March 2nd, and close June 12th, 2020. Click below to find out more about nominating someone you think has great character!

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