Ramona Houston, Ph.D., PMP, enjoys a multifaceted career as a scholar, social impact strategist, and speaker. African American/Latino relations, social responsibility and higher education are the principal spheres of her work.
An American historian, Ramona specializes in 20th century American history, civil rights and race relations, specifically its African American and Mexican American dimensions. Through her publications and presentations, Ramona explores issues pertinent to the Black and Brown communities.
Ramona is a social entrepreneur and Founder and Chief Strategist of Kaliráh Strategies, a boutique firm with a global vision that helps corporations, businesses, professional athletes and entertainers to make a social impact as well as advance racial and social justice. Ramona is proud of the results. Kaliráh Strategies helps clients to advance the social causes they believe in, strengthen their community, enhance their brand, and, most importantly, enrich their legacy.
Whether she is producing scholarship, coordinating social impact projects, or speaking, Ramona seeks to fulfill her professional mission of “Inspiring minds, empowering communities, making social impact and transforming the world.”
A native of Brownwood, Texas, Ramona currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.