ERCO CONTACT INFORMATION
PHYSICAL ADDRESS : 3401 Hamilton-Mason Rd., Suite A | Hamilton, Ohio 45011
NUMBERS : Phone: (513) 771-4006 | Fax: (513) 771-4435
INTERNET : Website: www.ercoinc.org
resource of ohio, inc. STAFF
||J. Leonard Harding, Executive Director of the Educational
Resource Consultants of Ohio, Inc. brings 30 years of
in education to ERCO. He holds a B.S. in
from Miami University of Oxford OH, a Masters
Administration from Xavier University in
Cincinnati, Ohio and
received his superintendents license
while enrolled as a doctoral
candidate at the University of
Cincinnati in the
Urban Educational Leadership Program.
background in education and business, Mr.
Harding brings a
wealth of experience and knowledge to
lead and direct the
community leaders of which his
organization sponsors. Mr.
Harding's past relative
experience has been as the Director
of Education for
Hamilton County Juvenile Court of Common
administration at Northwest Local School District
teacher with the Princeton City School District. Mr. Harding
an adjunct professor at Xavier University and the
supervisor for the college of education
at the Cincinnati branch of Mt Vernon University. He has
received special recognition awards for "Excellence
Programming" from Xavier University and "Ohio Principals
Mentoring Program" from the State of Ohio. Mr. Harding is
of Christ Tabernacle Ministries of Excellence,
Inc. which is the parent group
of the Educational Resource
Consultants of Ohio, Inc.
||Mr. Aaron Kinebrew serves as Assistant Director of ERCO
and has 20+ years’ experience in the educational field. He
has mentored thousands of youth and is known as a dynamic
inspirational speaker and workshop facilitator. He has held
the positions of caseworker, teacher, counselor, Dean of
Discipline and Assistant to the Principal; each progression
preparing him for his present role at ERCO. Mr. Kinebrew’s
exposure to troubled students includes: facilitator of conflict
mediation groups, development of programs to enhance
physical skills, and behavior monitoring. Mr. Kinebrew holds
a B.A. with concentration in Individual and Family Studies
from Kent State University, has completed graduate level
classes in mathematics at Xavier University. Mr. Kinebrew
received his certificate of completion in Leadership/Non-Profit
Management through Northwestern University Kellogg School
of Management-Executive Education Program.
He is also a participant of the Charter School Institute through
Harvard Graduate School of Education. Mr. Kinebrew respects,
defends and advocates for school choice. He has received
special recognition awards for "Excellence in Programming"
from Xavier University and "Ohio Principals Mentoring Program"
from the State of Ohio.
Dr. Terry B. Joyner
Academic Performance & Accountability Specialist
|Dr. Joyner brings thirty-two years of experience in curriculum
instruction, beginning her career as a teacher of students
disabilities and Reading Specialist in the public school
She has held the positions: Supervisor of Curriculum
Learning, Director of Curriculum, and Assistant
Chief Academic Officer. In the position Chief
Dr. Joyner was responsible for directing
Instruction; Early Childhood Education;
and Assessment; Student Services;
Federal Programs and
Professional Development. Dr. Joyner
has also collaborated with
institutions of higher education,
state and local agencies and private
foundations to improve educational services for all students and
families in the
Dr. Terry. B. Joyner is also the President and CEO of Systems
Solutions LLC, an educational consulting company that
provides curriculum alignment, instructional management,
program evaluation, coaching, data analysis and monitoring
services to schools for improving student achievement. She
provides professional development, technical assistance and
administrative services to local school boards, community
schools and sponsors and social service agencies. She
received her degrees in Education from the University of
Delaware (BSED 1977), University Of Maryland, College Park
(M.ED, 1979), and Wilmington University, Delaware (Ed.D 1996).
Dr. Joyner believes, “Schools control the conditions that lead
to student success.” Quality teaching and instructions is the
key to success.
Ms. Robinson has an extensive background in working within
the special education field. She is also experienced in
interacting with students with severe behavior problems
and juvenile delinquent clients. Ms. Robinson is skilled in
innovating, implementing, supervising, and directing projects
from conception to completion. Some of her past duties
included supervision and direction of eight schools in all
their special education processes and to ensure compliance
with state and federal guidelines. She holds a B.S. degree
in Special Education from Central State University,
Ms. Shonise Carr joins the ERCO team with over 15+ years’ experience in the education field. Her background includes educating behaviorally challenged youth within the Juvenile court systems, Cognitive and Social skills facilitator, and Math and Science teacher within the public school system. Ms. Carr most recently served as a Superintendent of an inner city charter school for over 6 years, in which she has gained a wealth of experience and skills in educational leadership, conflict resolution, customer service and public relations. Ms. Carr holds an Associates of Science in Chemical Technology and a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from Tuskegee University.
Southwest Regional & Finance Consultant
James Wilson is the Southwest Regional and Finance Consultant for the Educational Resource Consultants of Ohio. He has worked in these capacities and other roles for over 7 years. He brings a wealth of Financial experience and knowledge starting as a Marketing and Finance major at Cincinnati State and later obtaining over 15 years of Finance, Accounting, Banking and Payroll expertise. He is responsible for Financial Oversight of all ERCO schools. James has worked in all aspects of Charter School oversight, evaluating and technical assistance to schools, as a Regional Representative for the Cincinnati/ Dayton area schools.
David Harding is a young business professional that joined the ERCO team in 2016. He currently serves as system analyst working on solutions that support internal, as well as, external clients. David graduated from the University of Cincinnati as a Darwin T. Turner Scholar, with a Bachelor's degree in Economics. His past experience includes project management, informational systems, and client relations.
Benjamin is an experienced committee member with a demonstrated history of working in the religious institutions industry. Skilled in nonprofit organizations, communication, event Management, leadership development and youth development. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in communication with a focus on organizational leadership. Benjamin is a data analyst for ERCO conducting full lifecycle analysis to include requirements, activities, and design. He develops analysis and reports capabilities. He also monitors performance and quality control plans to identify improvements.
The logistical organization of ERCO is upon the shoulders
of our excellent Administrative Assistant/Office Manager,
Sonya Lunsford. Sonya has over fifteen years experience
in the clerical field and eight + years as an Executive
Administrative Assistant. She attended Indiana State
University in the school of Business Administration and
later the University of Cincinnati—Raymond Walters
College with a concentration on Office Administration/
Medical. Mrs. Lunsford plans on continuing her education
with the goal of attaining a degree in Business Administration.
She successfully incorporates her work experience and
educational background with excellent organizational and
leadership skills as ERCO's Executive Administrative Assistant.
Another part of the logistical organization of ERCO is also
up the shoulders of Karen Parker our outgoing Receptionist.
Karen covers several positions such as secretary and is
responsible for accounts payable. Forty-five years experiences
gives her the finesse to interchange each position seamlessly
and effectively. Prior to her position at ERCO, she held
numerous positions of “back office” support that helped in
the efficient running of the office. She developed and
implemented processes that resulted in time and cost saving
procedures. Karen is the pleasant smile as you enter the
doors of ERCO. Her warmth and easy communicative skills
makes you feel “at home” which is important in overall
communications within the office environment.
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