Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati was selected to receive a $25,000 Chairman’s Award grant from GE Aviation’s Bradley D. Mottier. The Chairman’s Award is given annually by GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt. It is the highest level management honor bestowed on a GE executive, recognizing outstanding performance and leadership within the company.

Mottier, Vice President and General Manager, Business and General Aviation & Integrated Systems at GE Aviation, was the recipient of the Empower & Inspire Each Other Chairman’s award, for his “phenomenal leadership and competitiveness in the turbo-prop market.” Brad’s team won the industry competition to power Cessna’s newly launched Denali single-engine turboprop.

Brad had the opportunity to direct the $25,000 grant to a non-profit of his choosing.

He noted, “I selected Legal Aid for the donation because I see the positive impact the organization makes by helping people living in poverty resolve major obstacles to their economic and family stability.”

The grant will support Legal Aid’s work to resolve serious legal problems for low-income residents in Southwest Ohio. “We are very grateful for Brad’s generosity in directing this significant donation to Legal Aid,” remarked executive director, Mary Asbury. “We appreciate his recognition of our mission and the value we bring to the community.”

About Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati and its affiliate, Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, are nonprofit law firms dedicated to reducing poverty and ensuring family stability through civil legal assistance. They assist low-income families and individuals in seven Southwest Ohio counties: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland and Warren. The Legal Aid Society is located at the Donald P. Klekamp Community Law Center Building at 215 E. Ninth Street, Suite 200, Cincinnati Ohio 45202. For more information, visit our website: or call us at 513.241.9400. Contact: Cynthia Cole, Director of Development and Communications.