Fred, who is founder and president of FEJ Consulting, has more than 30 years of experience in leadership positions with educational institutions and community organizations, focusing on management and organizational structures, diversity and inclusion, supervisory training, property management, conflict resolution, and union negotiations.
Currently, he is playing a leadership role in a project at the University of Massachusetts Medical School to improve the patient experience for people of color. This includes co-chairing a community advisory board for UMASS Medical that is composed of community and corporate leaders.
Fred worked at the University of Hartford from 1993 to 2010, where he served in numerous leadership positions including director of operations, university ombudsman, and senior advisor to the president. He also worked as director of business development for DATTCO Inc., a regional transportation firm. In addition, he has held property and facilities management positions at Long Island University, Columbia University, Brandeis University, and Harvard Community Health Plans.
Fred was named Volunteer of the Year by the Urban League of Greater Hartford and Adult of the Year from the YMCA of Central Mass. He has served in leadership positions on numerous boards and projects including for the YMCA, Connecticut Council for the Advancement of Diversity, Urban League of Greater Hartford, Upper Albany Main Street, Inc. (in Hartford), Connecticut Special Olympics Eastern Regional Games, and American Cancer Society.
Fred received his bachelor’s in education from Long Island University. He and his wife, Pamela are blessed with a daughter, Jasmin Karen and son, Frederick E. Jenoure III, and reside in Worcester, Mass.