Preservation at Home: “Gina Ruffin Moore on Black History in Cincinnati”

On Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021 we welcomed author, Gina Ruffin Moore to our Virtual Speaker Series. Gina shared her years of research and depth of knowledge of Black History in Cincinnati. You can watch the full video below.

About our guest: Gina Ruffin Moore is the author of “Cincinnati: The Black America Series” (Arcadia Publishing). She has written several articles for the Cincinnati Enquirer on African-American history. She is currently working on a book about Lost Cincinnati and remnants of the Greenbook.Gina Ruffin Moore is the Learning and Development Manager for the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati. She has more than 15 years of experience as a trainer, presenter and facilitator. She has taught as an adjunct at Cincinnati State and is a Certified Expert OJT Instructor. She is an elected member of the Princeton Board of Education and also serves on the board for the Friends of Harriet Beecher Stowe House. For the past ten years, she has also been a board member for Housing Opportunities Made Equal. Gina earned a Master of Science degree in Human Resources, Development and Training from Xavier University and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Journalism/Broadcast News from the Scripps-Howard College of Communication at Ohio University. She is a Toastmaster at Advanced Communicator Bronze, Competent Communication and Competent Leader levels. She is well-versed in media placement, public relations, customer service, training facilitation, public speaking, emotional intelligence, job aids and communication. Gina is co-founder of MSD Sewer Talk Toastmasters. She is also co-founder of the Woodlawn Historical and Preservations Society.