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.
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 second place in criminal justice reporting in the 2018 Ohio Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) writing contest for Enoch’s reporting on the trial of Ray Tensing, an officer who shot an unarmed civilian at a routine traffic stop. Enoch volunteers on several local and national non-profit boards.