Cleonie Mainvielle is the founder and co-president of Diversity & Inclusion for Community Empowerment (DICE). DICE is committed to assisting predominately White communities in demonstrating their respect, appreciation, and value for diversity and inclusion.
As an immigrant from Jamaica, she migrated to New York and became the first in her family to earn a college degree. After receiving her master's, she was nominated and selected as a Presidential Management Fellows with the Federal Government, where she worked with communities and local governments to end and prevent homelessness throughout New England for 17 years.
In November of 2018, she resigned to become a full-time entrepreneur as the founder and owner of Inspired Outcome, a productivity and organizing business. Through Inspired Outcome, she works with female entrepreneurs and professionals seeking strategies to organize their time and ideas so that they can reclaim their freedom and have more time to pursue the most important, enjoyable, and inspiring goals.
Cleonie serves on the Board of Directors for Raising Multiracial Kids, Student Mentor for Binghamton University, and Intern Mentor for YearUp. She earned her Bachelors’ in Psychology from Binghamton University and her Master's in social work from the University of Pennsylvania.