Gerald Stern, COO
Gerald joined Her Honor Mentoring in 2009 and serves as the Chief Operating Officer, shepherding the business side of the organization. He is committed to giving back to the Westchester community and is dedicated to helping young adults find a productive path in life. His family has lived in Westchester County for nearly 70 years. Born in New Rochelle, Gerald spent his childhood in Yonkers then Eastchester. After college, he working at small ad agencies in White Plains and Rye and other than a short stint in NYC has never left the county, working at Prodigy for nearly 13 years. Gerald is also an active board member at The Mental Health Association of Westchester, where he has served since 2012. Gerald, his wife, and two sons currently live in New Rochelle.
Gerald has over 35 years of experience in small business, corporate, non-profit, and creative environments. His consulting firm WOW Production Services offers a wide range of digital services that complement the promotion of brands, organizations, films, and personalities. With experience executing unified marketing efforts including social media marketing, integrated websites, social advertising campaigns, as well as traditional print/media; and other related services.
Miranda Mo, CFO
Miranda Mo is a financial management consultant specialized in nonprofit organizations. Her current assignments include CFO of Her Honor Mentoring, Treasurer of America China Public Affairs Institute, and Director of Accounting & Finance of Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute and Eileen Fisher Learning Lab. Since she joined Her Honor Mentoring in 2017, she has felt privileged to be a part of this amazing team that helps young women to pursue their dreams and become the hero of their own stories.
Miranda holds a master’s degree in Statistics with a concentration in Finance from Columbia University, a master’s degree in Economics from McGill University, and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Queens College. Her past work experiences include ANDRUS, Citibank, and Merrill Lynch. Gandhi’s “Be the change you want to see in the world” inspired her to change her career from banking to nonprofit.
Miranda lives with her husband and two kids in Westchester, New York. She enjoys spending time with her family on travel, sports, arts, and music.
Julie Konvisser, Director of Programming
Julie Konvisser is excited to join the Her Honor Mentoring team as Director of Programming. She has more than 25 years of experience serving foundations and nonprofit organizations. Along with her responsibilities at Her Honor, Julie continues to work for Volunteer New York! on assignment as Director of Community Engagement for the City of New Rochelle.
Julie was first introduced to Her Honor when she planned a corporate volunteer special event with the program in 2019. In just those few hours, Julie witnessed the significant impact that could be made from building connections between professionals in the workplace and young women determining their future career and education plans.
Julie holds a Master of Business Administration from New York University with concentrations in Management and Marketing and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Tufts University.
Julie lives with her husband and two kids in Westchester, New York. In her free time, she enjoys stand-up paddleboarding, hiking, planning the next family trip, solving crossword puzzles, reading books, and walking with friends.
Jack Stern, Social Media Coordinator
Jack Stern is the current Social Media Coordinator for Her Honor Mentoring. He joined the Her Honor team in 2020, after graduating from Towson University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing. Jack’s work experience includes marketing positions for companies such as OneQube, Krasdale/Alpha 1 Marketing, and WOW Production Services.
Jack lives in Westchester, NY, and enjoys watching and playing sports, watching movies, and spending time with friends and family.