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Meet AAO's Social Media Team

Kelly Cumpson

Kelly is a strong advocate for investing in the future, which includes supporting people and ensuring they have access to opportunities. She believes that connecting Columbus to other cities through passenger trains would be a significant boost to the city's ability to attract job-creating businesses and provide opportunities to people.

Having worked as a software engineer for four years, Kelly is currently transitioning to become an analytics architect. During her free time, she enjoys taking walks with friends on weekends and visiting breweries on the Columbus Ale Trail.

Nathan Halm

Nathan is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Public Administration from The Ohio State University and is set to complete it in May 2024. He resides and works in Washington, DC, but considers Cincinnati to be his hometown.

Nathan's passion lies in using transit and infrastructure to provide more people with access to work opportunities, healthier lifestyles, happier communities, and better futures. Additionally, he is an enthusiastic supporter of Cincinnati sports teams, including FCC, the Reds, Bengals, and Cyclones.

Ben Paulus

Ben is passionate about advocating for more accessible transit options rather than relying solely on personal vehicles. His favorite proposed Amtrak route is the 3C&D route, which runs from Cincinnati to Cleveland.

He graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2023, earning a Masters degree in Architecture as well as an MBA. Ben is currently employed as a Project Coordinator II at MA Design. Additionally, he has a one-year-old Border Collie named Jerry (pictured).

Ryan Pecaut

Ryan currently works on developing resilient supply chain algorithms. Passionate about traveling and connecting with communities, Ryan has been working on social media development and graphic design for several years. Ryan's talents are transforming AAO's X page, where his posts have been shared thousands of times.

Megan Radakovich

Megan is currently a student at Syracuse University, studying graphic design and web design. She enjoys advocating for the connection between Ohio cities and is excited to see how new projects and development help bring communities together.

In her free time, Megan plays ultimate frisbee and has recently become a Syracuse University tour guide!

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