Cleamon is the Co-founder and President of Partners in Wellness Management, LLC., President and CEO of American Advantage Home Care, Inc., and Founder, Ex-Officio of Dr. C. Moorer & Associates, Inc, NFP.
Experienced as an administrator, engineer, consultant, educator, and civic leader. Cleamon was a business school dean at Madonna University and Baker College, and a professor at Kettering University, Dominican University, Kettering University, Saint Xavier University, and Roosevelt University. He has held technical and leadership positions in four industries: Health Care, Higher Education, Not for Profit/Civic Life, and Telecommunications.
Dr. Moorer sits on the boards of Habitat for Humanity - Detroit, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Flint, Catholic Vantage Financial Credit Union, and the Alumni Board of Kettering/GMI Association.
Cleamon has received numerous awards and honors for academic, civic, and professional contributions locally and nationally. He is also a published author of various peer-reviewed publications and holds a Visiting Assistant Professor of Management position in the Carmona College of Business at Saginaw Valley State University.
Cleamon, a native of Detroit, is the proud husband of Nicole C. Willis-Moorer, Vice President of American Advantage Home Care, Inc., and proud father of 4 sons, Cleamon III, Cleshaun, Christian, and Colomon.
Most people would like to stay in their own home as they age. Nearly 90% of Americans over age 50 prefer to remain at home and “age in place,” according to a 2021 online survey conducted by Capital Caring Health and WebMD. “Independence and the opportunity to age in place adds to the viability and overall mental and physical health of older adults,” says Cleamon Moorer Jr., president of American Advantage Home Care, which provides home health care services in the Detroit area.
https://money.usnews.com/money/retirement/aging/articles/costs-to-consider-when-aging-in-place12 January 2022