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Zach McCollum

I was born and raised in Greater Cincinnati.  Shortly after graduating from Asbury University, I began working for Countryside YMCA and have now been there for 21 years serving in a variety of capacities.

My wife (Christy) and I have been married since 2016 and live in Eastgate with our two puppies (Ellie and Sammie).

MADE Chamber and community involvement:

Countryside has been a MADE Chamber member for approx. 6 years. 

Two programs that I am specifically involved in through the Y are the Veterans Connect and Livestrong at the YMCA programs.  These programs serve military veterans and cancer survivors throughout Warren County.

I'm also a member of the Mason-Deerfield Rotary Club.


Why is being part of the Mason Deerfield Chamber important to you/your organization?

The Chamber has provided us with great opportunities to make connections and in turn meet more needs around the community.

Fun facts about you/your business:

Countryside is the largest YMCA in the United States.

I'm a lifelong and very loyal fan of the Reds and Bengals!

Like the emerald, businesses and organizations have many facets. Which facet is your strength and why?

I believe our Christian principles are the strength of our YMCA.  These principles are at the core of our mission statement and they guide every decision that we make.

If your company culture, or personal persona, had to be summed up in five words or less, reflective of a gemstone, what would they be?

Durability, Stability, Relationships

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