Making a Difference in Our Community
When this team of professionals came together to form Ivy Pointe Title, we join with a sense of purpose: to make a positive difference for our clients, our profession and the communities in which we live.
The stories below show the power of our focus on outcomes and how we made a difference for our clients by expertly and practically apply our knowledge of law.
Contact the professionals at Ivy Pointe Title love their communities and are actively involved in them. See how below.
Christopher P. Finney
Mr. Finney serves on the Boards of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, the Cincinnati Chapter of the NAACP, and the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes. Mr. Finney is also the southwest Ohio co-Chairman of the Kasich for Governor Campaign Committee. In the past, he also has chaired the Hamilton County Tax Levy Review Committee.
Mr. Heintz serves as Secretary and Board Member of the Northside Business Association (NBA), which acts as a resource for all Northside businesses and works to vitalize Northside.
Mr. Turner is a member of the Lawyer Volunteer Project and volunteers his time and legal knowledge with Wills for Heroes. The Lawyer Volunteer Project refers low-income clients private attorneys who offer legal advice or take on cases pro bono. Wills for Heroes provides legal documents to America’s first responders.
Ms. Ausman, with her background in Public Administration, is a member of the Village of Bethel Planning and Zoning Commission.
Ms. Linneman is a member of Cincinnati’s Impact 100 chapter, a women’s philanthropy group, that annually provides grants to local non-profits. She currently serves as a member of the Health and Wellness Committee.