About Us

Cincinnati Compass is a collaborative project of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, the City of Cincinnati, the University of Cincinnati, more than 60 Community Partners and a growing list of investors who believe that immigrants are key contributors to a strong regional economy and a diverse, vibrant community. Welcoming and integrating more immigrants in our community is a shared goal of the supporters of Cincinnati Compass.


The creation of this virtual hub was a key recommendation of Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley’s Task Force on Immigrants. Hundreds of Greater Cincinnatians contributed to the Task Force and developed a vision for the future that includes significant growth in our population from immigrants, refugees and internationals. Cincinnati Compass celebrates the work of the many community organizations that support and engage immigrants today. Together, we will make even more resources and opportunities available.

With the launch of Cincinnati Compass in November 2016, we join six cities across Ohio that are part of the Ohio Welcoming Initiatives Network and even more regions throughout the Midwest that compose the WE Global Network. Together, we are working to make the Midwest a destination and a home for people from around the globe.

For general inquiries about Cincinnati Compass, please contact Diana Long, Program Manager, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, at dlong@cincinnatichamber.com or 513.686.2946.

Interested in becoming a funding partner for Cincinnati Compass? Contact Rahiel Michael, Office of Mayor John Cranley, at rahiel.michael@cincinnati-oh.gov.