Executive Director , Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development
- Health and Economic Development
- Racial Equity
- Small Business Development
- Urban Development
- Wealth Equality
In her current role as executive director of the Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce & Business Center, Jenice is responsible for establishing and strengthening relationships through multiple business development agencies by establishing strategic partnership and ensuring high quality programs necessary to ensure opportunities for minority businesses. Formerly, Jenice worked as a Public Health Consultant with Collaborative Research, LLC, and was Director of Development and HIV Services for Care Alliance Health Center. Jenice is bilingual and bicultural, and is extensively involved in minority leadership efforts in her community. She earned her Bachelors of Arts degree from Capital University and an Executive MBA from The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business. In 2009, she was appointed by Mayor Frank Jackson to serve on the City of Cleveland, Community Relations Board.