When people talk about Cincinnati's top CEOs, the name Neil Tilow may not pop up. To those in the know, however, few executives can match Tilow's combination of business acumen, his strategic vision and relationship skills, or his heartfelt commitment to a mission and his record of success.

Tilow is president and CEO of Talbert House. The non-profit social services agency"”named after former University of Cincinnati sociology professor Ernest Talbert"”delivers programs throughout the Tristate for mental health, community corrections, substance abuse, and welfare-to-work transitions.

The cause began 40 years ago, when a few citizens raised $10,000 to open a halfway house in the West End for 16 parolees. Today, Talbert House and its affiliates serve nearly 21,000 ...

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