Shenee Omuso, wearing a red-flowered sundress, smiles towards the camera in front of sunlit windows

Shenee Omuso

Program Manager, RAY Fellowship Program


Shenee Omuso (she/her) brings over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, including expertise in child, youth & adult development, curriculum/program design, and nonprofit leadership. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Kean University in Communication Sciences & Disorders, her Master’s Degree in Education from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a second Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Kean University.

She has been an educator and consultant locally and abroad, traveling to the countries of Ghana, Spain, Haiti, Belgium and Guatemala for community development and service opportunities. Prior to joining the RAY team as Program Manager, Shenee was the Director of Education & Career Pathways at The Opportunity League, a New Jersey nonprofit focused on community health and equity. She has served on local and state boards for food security, economic & workforce development and education reform. 

Shenee also currently serves as an elected official for the Board of Island Managers in Burlington, NJ, a 300 acre island dedicated to providing cultural, educational and recreational experiences as well as leading conservation efforts on the Island. She is a Senior Fellow of ELP's Delaware River Watershed Network (2023), and joined the RAY team in October 2023. 

Shenee believes it is through true human connection, compassionate service and genuine relationship that lives are transformed. Because of this, she has dedicated her life to helping youth and adults find their voice, forge their own path and make a lasting impact in the world. She currently lives in NJ where she is a  wife and mother of 3 children. For fun, Shenee enjoys spending time with her family, watching basketball, and cycling.