William Weber appointed as full-time associate
Port Authority appoints William Weber, Associate of Community Revitalization
The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority is pleased to announce the appointment of William Weber as full-time Associate of Community Revitalization. Weber graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in May 2014. His position will continue to focus on property acquisition, property research, and program development for the Landbank, as well as managing transactions and working with community partners across Hamilton County.
Weber has worked as a Law Clerk since 2012, while completing his juris doctor from University of Cincinnati. While a second-year associate member of the UC Law Review, he had two articles selected for publication, and was a second-year associate member of the Law Review’s editorial board for 2013-14. Weber received his undergraduate degree from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC.
As a Cincinnati native, Weber resides in downtown Cincinnati and enjoys biking to work.
About the Port Authority:
The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority was formed in 2000 to stimulate growth of the regional economy. The Port Authority is an economic development force, partnering with the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, focusing on reutilization and redevelopment of property through catalytic investment. For additional information, please visit http://www.cincinnatiport.org.