About Mike Moroski
Mike Moroski is an elected representative of the Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education, and the Policy & Partnership Manager at Cradle Cincinnati. Moroski also serves as a trustee for Camp Joy, a camp that specializes in helping people grow through experience-based learning. The camp focuses on children with lack of access to resources, children in foster care and children with serious health concerns.
Previously, Moroski served as the executive director of UpSpring (the only nonprofit in the southwest Ohio region that exclusively serves the educational needs of children experiencing homelessness), as a teacher at Moeller High School, and as assistant principal at Purcell Marian High School. He is also a former member of the Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board, and the City of Cincinnati’s Human Advisory Committee.
Moroski earned his MA at Xavier University and his MNA at the University of Notre Dame. He received the Jefferson Award for his dedication to affordable housing preservation and his commitment to reducing barriers for those returning from prison; earned Xavier University’s highest honor for a young graduate, the Magis Award, for his service to the City of Cincinnati; was named to the Business Courier’s Forty Under 40 Class of 2011; received The Human Rights Campaign’s Ally Award for his public defense of marriage equality which cost him his job at a Catholic school; and was awarded the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award by his high school alma mater, Marist High School.
He and his wife Katie live in Downtown Cincinnati with two cats Eddie & Rosie, and their English Bulldog Biggie, and are the parents of a future CPS student.
Years of Service