Ramonita Cordero is the Secretary of the Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association (MMPCIA). She was raised in Harlem and has lived in the Mount Morris Park Historic District for 16 years with her teenage daughter. During that time, Ramonita served as President of her Cooperative’s Board. She has been involved in leadership roles and addressing issues affecting the community through her participation on Boards and Committees. Ramonita is passionate about continuing to drive improvement in the Harlem community. She is a graduate of New York University undergraduate and UCLA Law School. She practices matrimonial and family law and is a former senior member of three legal services organizations, served as an adjunct professor in family law at St. John’s University School of Law and has been appointed to several City and State panels.

Timnit and her family have lived in the Mount Morris Park Historic District for 12 years. During these years Timnit has served on her Cooperative’s board. Timnit has supported and led real estate strategies for educational and nonprofit institutions over the past 15 years. She is currently the Vice President of Real Estate for a nonprofit with a health equity focus.

Prior to this she served as Director of Harvard University Real Estate managing 3.4 million square feet across 94 buildings and was noted for creative lease structuring during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Timnit has also served as Asset and Lease Management Consultant for the United Nations, Director of Real Estate for Teach for America, and Property Manager for Columbia University Real Estate.


“Tony and his wife Charline moved to the community in January 2020, joined the MMPCIA Board in January 2021 and is serving his second Board term.  They have four kids – two sons in Nashville, a son in London, England, and a daughter, son-in-law, and grandson in Ft. Bragg NC.  They enjoy exploring Upper Manhattan and all of the culture that Harlem has to offer.

Tony is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones and seeks to serve clients in the neighborhood wherever they are in the arc of their financial lives – planning for retirement, saving for college, thinking about estate planning, as well as offering life and disability insurance.


Hollis Heath is an award-winning theatre artist, producer, and global empowerment specialist. For the last decade her work has been dedicated to curating transformational experiences and events designed to elevate and catalyze girls and women’s personal and professional development.

She is the managing producer and content strategist for the highly acclaimed interdisciplinary audio play, VOICES, which premiered in Accra, Ghana last December. The premiere featured iconic activist Angela Davis and was shared exclusively at TEDWomen in October 2023.

Hollis holds a MA in Educational Theatre and a BA in English from the City College of New York.

She’s thrilled to join the MMPCIA board of directors as she was born in an apartment in the neighborhood and has held a deep love this community her entire life.