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Join Team CosMOOpolitans - Tammy Roberts Myers of Bath and Body Works, Kimberly Flaherty of Washington Prime Group, Timothy Flaherty of Post House Creative and experienced 4-H family, the Scotts - in supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Central Ohio by donating today.   

Individual standing next to a steer in a barnEmily Scott and steer "Cosmo"The Scott family posing for a photoScott Family

2023 Dean's Charity Steer Show Event Details:

  • Date: Tuesday, August 1, 2023
  • Time: 2:00 p.m.
  • Location: Voinovich Livestock & Trade Center at the Ohio Expo Center & State Fair

Celebrate Ohio agriculture, communities and children at the 2023 Dean’s Charity Steer Show. Teams will consist of a Team Captain, Team Champion, experienced 4-H youth and a steer in the show ring. The event will be hosted by Cathann A. Kress, vice president and dean of The Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). All proceeds will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. The Steer Show is coordinated by CFAES, Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, Telhio Credit Union and the Ohio State Fair.

Team Bios:

Emily Scott is from Brimfield, Ohio in Portage County and is the daughter of Kyle and Rebecca Scott. She is 18 years old and has an older sister. Emily is a recent high school graduate and will be attending Kent State University this coming fall. She has shown cattle, pigs and goats at the Portage County Fair and is a member of the Portage County Steakmakers 4-H Club, National Honors Society and Student Council. This is the first year she is exhibiting a steer at the Ohio State Fair. She will have her steer, “Cosmo”, by her side at the 2023 Dean’s Charity Steer Show.

After 14 years at L Brands where she was Chief Communications Officer, Tammy Roberts Myers founded SS Resolution LLC, a reputation management and crisis communications firm that empowers companies to navigate the toughest situations with the utmost dignity. She was recruited back to the new standalone public company, Bath & Body Works, to lead external communications. She is a passionate community advocate as demonstrated through non-profit leadership, fundraising and connecting interested parties to maximize impact. She serves on the Central Ohio boards of Ronald McDonald House Charities, COSI and Ruling Our eXperiences and is a member of the Otterbein University Alumni Council.   

Kimberly Flaherty currently serves as Vice President of Corporate Communications and Public Relations for wpg (Washington Prime Group®), a retail real estate investment trust that owns and operates a multibillion-dollar portfolio across the U.S. welcoming over 300 million annual shoppers. She is also the co-founder of Post House Creative, an award-winning full-service marketing agency specializing in brand strategy, creative content, video production, digital marketing, public relations and media buying with locations in Columbus, Ohio, Austin, Texas and Steamboat Springs, Colorado servicing clients such as Nationwide Insurance, the Columbus Blue Jackets, Jobs Ohio, AEP, Lane Bryant, Arhaus, The Ohio State University, Safelite Auto Glass and many more. She is a two-time Emmy Award winning writer & producer.

Timothy Flaherty is the co-founder of Post House Creative and is a ten-time Emmy Award recipient for producing/directing local, regional and national projects. With more than twenty years in the content industry, Timothy has significant experience in broadcast, corporate, sports and travel/destination production. As a creative problem solver, his goal is to provide the highest level of service and bring visual storytelling to life through fulfilling and award-winning content.

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