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Clara Matonhodze

Managing Editor

International Journal of Africana Studies

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International Journal of Africana Studies

Background Information

Employment History

Director - Business, Events and Membership, National Council for Black Studies

University of Cincinnati

Manager, Adult Programs

Cincinnati Museum Center

Communication Associate

World Affairs Council

Affiliations

Member
YMCA

Member
Red Cross

Member
Civic Engagement Committee of Mayor

Adminstrator (Volunteer)
Africa Foundation - USA

Education

speech communication and international relations

Northern Kentucky University

Higher National Diploma

Mass Communications

Harare Polytechnic College

Web References (17 Total References)


The Sponsors

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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",


Group Leader: YMCA member Clara ...

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


Staff_Bios

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Brenda Hunda, M'Lissa Kesterman, Scott Gampfer, Dr. Glenn Storrs, Christine Engels, Dr. Herman Mays, Bob Genheimer, Linda Baily, Ann Wegman, Johnny Dozier and Bill Ambrosius, Anne Shepard, Carla Ott, Robert Perin, David Duszynski, Bethany Pollitt, Tabitha Sellers, Emily Finke, Lauren Scallon, Jonathan Ford, Clara Matonhodze, Megan VanHorn, Jason French, Regina Hall, Tony Lawson, Vanessa VanZant, Jen Bishop, Molly Hitter

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Clara Matonhodze lives locally, but thinks globally. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Clara came to Cincinnati 11 years ago to study speech communication and international relations at Northern Kentucky University. She joined the World Affairs Council as a communication associate before joining Museum Center as our manager of adult programs in 2007. Now a full-fledged Museum Center hero, Clara is passionate about promoting cultural diversity and acceptance through our Passport to the World Series. Clara organizes and manages five annual culture festivals as part of the series. Haven't checked our Culture Festival series yet? Clara encourages you to do so. She describes Culture Festivals as a way to explore, understand, and embrace other cultures--or, "a comfort zone to experience other cultures. Currently, she is putting the finishing touches on Appalachian Culture Fest, coming up on February 12 and 13. Want to know more? Click here! When she's not planning events, Clara enjoys reading, spending time with her twin boys and volunteering in the community at organizations such as the Red Cross and Africa Foundation. Clara, a self described idealist, believes that with a little more tolerance, we can save the world . It doesn't get any more heroic than that.


Staff_Bios

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Brenda Hunda, M'Lissa Kesterman, Scott Gampfer, Dr. Glenn Storrs, Christine Engels, Dr. Herman Mays, Bob Genheimer, Linda Baily, Ann Wegman, Johnny Dozier and Bill Ambrosius, Anne Shepard, Carla Ott, Robert Perin, David Duszynski, Bethany Pollitt, Tabitha Sellers, Emily Finke, Lauren Scallon, Jonathan Ford, Clara Matonhodze, Megan VanHorn, Jason French, Regina Hall, Tony Lawson, Vanessa VanZant, Jen Bishop, Molly Hitter, Jill Schleibaum, Ruth Smith, Kani Meyer, Angie Smorey, Jessica Urban, Lindsay Simmons, Mike Mitchell, Charollet Schworer, Kristen Kloth, Zach Randall, Rick Kesterman, Trevor Plum, Nathan Wilkinson, Chris Bedel, Maria Dehne, Marcus Harshaw, Tyler Swinney

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Clara Matonhodze lives locally, but thinks globally. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Clara came to Cincinnati 11 years ago to study speech communication and international relations at Northern Kentucky University. She joined the World Affairs Council as a communication associate before joining Museum Center as our manager of adult programs in 2007. Now a full-fledged Museum Center hero, Clara is passionate about promoting cultural diversity and acceptance through our Passport to the World Series. Clara organizes and manages five annual culture festivals as part of the series. Haven't checked our Culture Festival series yet? Clara encourages you to do so. She describes Culture Festivals as a way to explore, understand, and embrace other cultures--or, "a comfort zone to experience other cultures. Currently, she is putting the finishing touches on Appalachian Culture Fest, coming up on February 12 and 13. Want to know more? Click here! When she's not planning events, Clara enjoys reading, spending time with her twin boys and volunteering in the community at organizations such as the Red Cross and Africa Foundation. Clara, a self described idealist, believes that with a little more tolerance, we can save the world . It doesn't get any more heroic than that.

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