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Stevie Swain began her career in California, Atlanta, and Ohio working for national companies including Kubota Tractors and Convergys.


In Cincinnati, she gained extensive experience in both Sales Management and Operations Management. Stevie was also a Financial Consultant/Staff Manager for Western & Southern Life.


Today, as a National Government Federal Benefits Specialist, she helps Federal Government Employees navigate the unique benefits available to them. She is committed to helping others live with financial freedom and have a comfortable and secure retirement. "There are so many people I know that did not plan well for their Golden Years. I want to make sure everyone I work with is financially smart and savvy."


In addition, she teaches corporations how to work with the government to earn tax credits through the program known as the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), a Federal Government tax program.


Stevie founded the non-profit organization CinCWN - Cincinnati Collaborative Women's Network - committed to supporting women entrepreneurs to grow sustainable businesses.


Stevie is a member of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, the Ambassador Chairperson of the African American Chamber, and has served on the boards of the Queen City Foundation, WCPO's Advisory Board, and Talbert House. She is currently on the board of directors for ROMAC, the new Robert O'Neal Multicultural Arts Center.


Stevie is also MBE (Minority Business Enterprise) certified.

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