We do many things. By far the best will be making your vision come to life!

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We love building your dream with you. We are #UnapologeticallyRadical about that!

Clara Matonhodze Strode

Principal

Clara Matonhodze Strode is Principal Owner of Multicultural Solutions LLC.

Prior to setting her sight on the business ownership path, Clara worked with several local and national institutions including Boy Scouts of America, National Council for Black Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Museum Center and World Affairs Council. Her multi-talented and organizational development skills have helped her focus on digital marketing as a way to bring her clients dreams of business ownership and growth to life.  She studied Speech Communications at Northern Kentucky University and also holds a Mass Communication degree from her native country, Zimbabwe. She is an alumnus of WE-Lead, a Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce Women leadership program. She has published articles on cultural integration and multiculturalism. When she is not working on rebranding a business, organization or person, Clara enjoys spending time with her twin boys.  Read My Values

Dina Larkin

Graphic Designer

Dina is an entrepreneur, graphic designer, marketer and educator who holds a B.S. in Marketing from Miami University and a BFA in Graphic Design from Corcoran School of Art (George Washington University). Before joining Multicultural Solutions, Dina worked at Cincinnati Museum Center, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, and BHDP Architecture. Her impressive portfolio includes branding, print, multi-page booklets, web, and environmental design. With over 15 years of experience, Dina brings a wealth of expertise to Multicultural Solutions. Her knowledge base is rivaled only by her innate understanding of how to bring client's visions to life, and we can't wait for you to work with her.




A multicultural society does not reject the culture of the other but is prepared to listen, to see, to dialogue and, in the final analysis, to possibly accept the other's culture without compromising its own. 

- Reuven Rivlin -



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