Meet Dr. Vanessa Enoch


Vanessa Enoch, Ph.D., MBA

Dr. Vanessa Enoch (AKA Doc Enoch) is a public policy and business consultant. She is also a trained community organizer, who is passionate about social justice and human rights, and has taken up numerous causes for marginalized and oppressed communities. Dr. Enoch feels that the most important role she holds is that of mom to her two beautiful daughters, ages 17 and 24. Enoch is a devout Christian, and an advocate for strong families, without regard to family type and national origin.

 

Dr. Enoch has been a resident of West Chester, OH, for nearly 16 years. For over 20 years she has been leading local efforts to drive change in local communities. Most recently, she has worked alongside state legislators and state court judges to ensure fairness within the criminal justice system and the jury selection process. Enoch is concerned that Ohio’s prisons are filled with individuals who are mentally ill, poor, and disproportionately from minority communities. Not only is this a social justice issue, but also has a direct impact on how our tax dollars are spent.

 

Enoch has been a small business owner for many years. As an experienced senior level business and technology professional, with over 16 years of corporate operations experience, Enoch understands the challenges that business owners face in growing their businesses. Her business, Cultural Impact, LLC specializes in providing management consulting services to help ensure business growth and expansion. Enoch has also worked as a college professor and a Department Chair/ Dean of Students for nearly 18 years, with several years of experience overseeing multiple college departments.

 

Dr. Enoch holds a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from The Ohio State University, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a Concentration in Information Technology from Xavier University. Dr. Enoch is an MLK Scholar with a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Social Change from Union Institute & University.

 

Dr. Enoch earned the Eugene Ruehlmann Fellowship and several academic awards as a Ph.D. Student. She has been named Educator of the Year and received faculty service awards from her previous employer. Enoch was also named one of 15 Women in Business to Watch in 2006, and nominated for the Cincinnati Business Couriers Forty Under 40 award. Under her leadership, the Cincinnati Chapter of the National Black MBA Association was named Chapter of the Year. Enoch was also a member of the Cincinnati Chamber C-Change Leadership Class in 2006. In July of 2018, The Cincinnati Herald received She volunteers on several local and national non-profit boards.

 

Dr. Enoch has fought vigorously for change against a system that wishes to maintain the status quo to the detriment of 99% of Americans.

She will continue to fight in US Congress, to restore the government back to the people. She needs your vote on November 6, 2018.

 Dr. Enoch is running for US Congress in the 8th District of Ohio (Which encompasses Butler County (including West Chester Township, Fairfield Township, Liberty Township, Middletown), all of Darke (including Greenville), Miami (including Troy, OH), Clark (including Springfield), Preble, and a part of Mercer County).

Help us send Dr. Enoch to Congress by voting for her on November 6, 2018.

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