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Clara Matonhodze

Managing Editor

International Journal of Africana Studies

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President (Volunteer)

African Professionals Network (APNET)


Manager, Adult Programs

Cincinnati Museum Center


Communication Associate

World Affairs Council


Affiliations

YMCA

Member


Red Cross

Member


Civic Engagement Committee of Mayor

Member


Africa Foundation - USA

Adminstrator (Volunteer)


Education

speech communication and international relations

Northern Kentucky University


Higher National Diploma

Mass Communications

Harare Polytechnic College


Web References(14 Total References)


The Sponsors

www.globalcincinnati.org [cached]

Clara Matonhodze, Website Adminstrator - 513-313 - 9128 cmatonhodze@globalcincinnati.org


Global Center of Greater Cincinnati

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Clara Matonhodze, Communications Associate Clara joined the Global Center in August 2005 as an Intern from Northern Kentucky University.She holds a Higher National Diploma in Mass Communications from the Harare Polytechnic College in her native country - Zimbabwe, and a B.A. in Speech Communications from NKU. Clara has written and presented an independent study paper titled " The U.S. Foreign Policy Dilemma: Maintaining American Values and Interests," at the International Studies Association in San Antonio, Texas.Apart from academic interests, Clara is a member of various Young Professionals Organizations including the Red Cross's, Club Red.She regularly participates in various panels and was recently speaker of choice at a University of Denver Law School symposium on Pioneering Solutions for Development in Africa.She is on the Civic Engagement Committee of Mayor Mallory's Young Professionals Kitchen Cabinet. Since joining the Global Center, Clara has helped The Center establish professional promotional materials for its programs, including writing and editing the Global Center Newsletter - Global Center Happenings.One of Clara's big projects at the Center was the new integrated web site.Through her consistent, diligent, and creative work on the project, she now has a new title ,Webmaster'.Clara is also a Host / Producer for the Global Center's weekly radio program, "WorldView",


www.cincinnatichamber.com

Clara Matonhodzec, Cincinnati Museum Center


www.journal-news.com

"The Appalachian Culture Fest is simply a celebration of everything dealing with Appalachian culture," said Clara Matonhodze, manager of adult programs at the museum center.
"In the coal mine, people can crawl through and get a feel for what miners go through and what they experience in the mine," said Matonhodze. Other activities include the telling of authentic Appalachian stories, square dancing, an exploration of creative ways to use corn, the art of making jugs and children can even build their own banjos from wood. And, of course, lots of authentic, Appalachian food will be featured at the event. "Appalachian people are people who live off the land," said Matonhodze, "so these are just everyday things for them, that many of us take for granted."


www.cincinnatiymca.org

Group Leader: YMCA member Clara Matonhodze; For more information or to join, contact her at matonhodzec@gmail.com


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