The Covington Business Council has a small, but mighty staff of three employees. Led by Executive Director Pat Frew, the staff consists of Molly Weaver, Pat Frew, Christine Barth, pictured left to right. Get to know the staff, starting with CBC Capacity Coordinator, Molly Weaver.
Tell us about your hometown and childhood.
I grew up in Ft. Mitchell in a large, close family, where I was number 5 of 7 kids. I’m currently married with 2 boys, age 14 and 11, and one crazy dog. I don’t know how my parents did it with seven kids!
Tell me about your career path
I graduated from Morehead State University in marketing. My first professional job was as a recruiter for Belcan Staffing Services. I then worked for Fidelity Investments as a licensed financial representative for 11 years until my two kids were born. After being a stay at home for a few years, I ventured back out into the workforce in 2017. At the CBC, I am responsible for the marketing, social media, accounts payables/receivables, and various administration.
What excites you most about the CBC?
I love being a part of the Covington vibe. The business community really cares about each other.
What hobbies, books, movies have you enjoyed this past month?
The last 2 months have been unique for my family staying “healthy at home”. Instead of juggling schedules and watching the boys play baseball, we’ve enjoyed hiking, playing basketball in our driveway, trac ball, and board games. Who knew board games could be so competive? We also just finished watching Stranger Things on Netflix. Overall, I enjoy reading, (just finished “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens), hanging out at my local swimming pool, Zumba, scrapbooking, hiking and tennis.
What is next on your “to do list”?
Get through this summer with the possibility of no swimming pool!
Tell us something about you that few people know.
I lived in Boston for 6 months and I miss my adventure days of skydiving! Okay, I only went twice, but there’s no greater feeling!
“The CBC has provided me the opportunity to network with other local business leaders. Being new to the area this has become a valuable resource.”