MCAI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Moses Shareef – President – Entrepreneur
In 1994 Moses became the successor to Moses Appliance a sales and service small business which was established in 1958. Moses has been a member of the board since 2013 and provides assistance to the Organization with the management and utilization of corporate partnerships. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mimie Johnson – Secretary
Mimie has been a member of the Board since 2013. Mimie is also an OBB site counselor for the Organization. Mimie has been in the foodservice industry since 2009. Mimie is responsible for Concessions management and oversight as it relates to fundraising opportunities with the sports venues.
Melvin Thomas – 1st Vice President – Animator
Melvin has been a member of the Board since 2013 and provides assistance with developing the youth component of “Time to Heal” program. Melvin designed the Organization’s logo which depict two individuals within a puzzle piece (as development simulates pieces of a puzzle that has to be put together) and is currently designing images for the “Time to Heal” product line. Melvin is responsible for establishing a media presence for the Organization. Melvin is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in
Julius McCall – 2nd Vice President – Retired furniture refinisher
Julius has over 30 years of experience in the area of carpentry and painting. Julius has been a member of the Board since 2013 and provides structural and foundation assistance to the Organization in terms of facility.
Emmie Renshaw – Treasurer – Retired Executive Assistant Emmie has over 26 years of accounting experience. Emmie has been a member of the Board since 2013 and provides assistance to the Organization with accounting affairs and tax preparation. Emmie is also an OBB site counselor for the Organization. email@example.com
Tynnetta Harris-McCall - Executive Director
Tynnetta oversees the day to day operations of the Organization. Tynnetta has over 20 years of direct customer service experience and over 10 of those years have been working within the non-profit sector in the areas of program development, service provision and volunteerism. Tynnetta currently holds a Masters of Non-Profit Administration and Leadership Degree and a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Services Administration, both from Cleveland State University. Tynnetta has served on the board of many non-profit organizations and has received numerous awards. Tynnetta is also the author of the non-profit development workbook “Starting from Scratch”.