By E. Selean Holmes
Kareem Moncree-Moffett, Ph.D., started Moncor LLC, a management consultant service in 1995. Moncor holds MBE, WBE, EDGE state certifications and is committed to educational improvements for youth, while maintaining a small firm feel by treating each client with care and consideration. Armed with a high-quality team of law professionals qualified to successfully resolve any legal matter, no issue is too big or small. If you have a legal problem, the firm’s experts can help you find a solution.
Moncor consultants work with schools, districts and companies to provide reliable quantitative and qualitative data to improve relationships and learning. Moncree-Moffett and her team work with administration to conduct creative and complete quantitative surveys and analysis instruments that collect the voices of their constituents.
Moncree-Moffett is an energetic, highly motivated leader with excellent communication skills and qualifications. She has invaluable experience of working with youth and adults to provide innovative and engaging interactive programming that maximizes learning, exposure and involvement. She is passionate in working to improve learning environments, corporate learning, parental involvement and faculty/staff development. A partial list of services consists of facilitation and mediation, program management, diversity and inclusion workshops and trainings, in addition to motivational speaking, cultural competency training, parent engagement workshops and youth empowerment programming. Moncree-Moffett also developed and directed the former Sisters in Spirit Leadership Development program for girls 5-8 at Ursuline Academy.
Moncree-Moffett is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and holds an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Engineering Technology and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Natural Sciences. She received her Master of Arts Degree in Educational Foundations in 2007 and completed her Doctorate degree in Education in 2013.
Currently, she holds the position of academic specialist with the federally funded GEARUP program via the University of Cincinnati. Previously, she was an academic advisor with the University of Cincinnati, and, within her duties as an academic advisor, she taught a collegiate course and also advised students in the areas of leadership training and direction, fundraising and event planning. Moncree-Moffett assists students in the implementation of study tables, tutoring sessions, financial planning, time management, self-edification and organizational planning.
As a community leader, she is active within many local organizations including serving as a trustee on the Wesley Education Center for Families Board and member of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Family Advisory Council. She was appointed by the former Cincinnati city manager to serve on the city of Cincinnati’s Human Service Advisory Council (HSAC), which is instrumental in the administration of grants to local social service agencies and advising on a budget of 1.5% of the city’s general revenue. The HSAC receives grant proposals from local social services agencies, reviews each proposal and makes recommendations. Moncree-Moffett serves on the Withrow High School local school decision-making committee, which is the governing body for the school.
In her many obligations, she has joined the sorority of women that have battled breast cancer. She offers herself to speak to other women, minorities and families about her experiences with breast cancer and how it has forever changed her life.
For more information, email: DrMoffett@moncorinc.org or call 513 800-0619.
This article originally appeared in the Cincinnati Herald.