A Theoretical Framework",  discussed contemporary Muslim political activism. It's that all religions are nothing more than a language made up of symbols and metaphors to help an individual explain faith. It's a set of symbols and metaphors that provides a language for which to express what is inexpressible, and that is faith.
She also served as an analyst for the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence For Hispanic Americans, an interagency working group to increase educational opportunities for Hispanic Americans. In her current role, Sharhonda focuses on identifying, equipping, elevating and sustaining talented Black and Latino leaders to thrive in the highest-level education roles and lead a more inclusive education reform movement.
Prior to joining EdLoC, Sharhonda Bossier worked with Education Cities, a national non-profit that supports and advises city-based education organizations on their efforts to grow great public schools. In addition to core advising work, Sharhonda utilized her experience launching and leading a multi-state education engagement and advocacy organization to help members develop the skills and capacity to engage much more effectively with stakeholders.
Prior to joining the Education Cities team, Sharhonda co-founded Families for Excellent Schools where she developed their training program and overall parent engagement strategy. A graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Sharhonda started her career in education as a public school teacher and also brings years of legislative and electoral campaign experience in both volunteer and leadership capacities to her work at Education Leaders of Color.
There, she seeks to grow the impact of locally rooted, globally informed leaders, all over the world, who are catalyzing community and system-level change to provide children with the education, support, and opportunity to shape a better future.
Her tenure was marked by consecutive years of enrollment growth, an increase in graduation rates, improvements in student satisfaction and teacher retention, increases in AP participation and pass rates, and the greatest growth of any urban district on the National Assessment of Education Progress NAEP over multiple years.
A native of Mt. Vernon, NY, Kaya graduated from Mt. Prior to founding SPEDx, Richard was the executive vice president of the international education consulting firm Insight Education Group and headed its award-winning product development team. He is the former the Deputy Chancellor of Special Education for the Washington, DC Public Schools and is credited for vastly improving the provision of services for students with disabilities.
Before joining TNTP, Tequilla worked for nine years in Memphis City Schools, where she oversaw the district-wide effort to improve student outcomes by increasing teacher effectiveness.
She recently completed coursework for her capstone degree, and is currently writing her dissertation on policy implications surrounding teacher effectiveness.
Inher work with the Shelby County Office of Early Childhood and Youth led to the creation of child impact statements as a tool for local governments to use to ensure that every action they take is in the best interest of children. She was inspired to start this innovative initiative based on her deep passion and belief that our next generation of leaders can emerge from everywhere.
Growing up in low income and underrepresented communities and working with young people from similar backgrounds drives her to be on a mission to discover, develop, and connect extraordinary, diverse, and driven young people to high-quality opportunities and networks. Eubanks Davis has spent the majority of her career at Teach For America.
Additionally, she worked on the development of a comprehensive competency model for staff recruitment, selection, performance management, and learning and development, ensuring that the Human Assets team was positioned to fuel the growth and success of TFA.
In January ofshe began overseeing the Public Affairs and Communications teams. Eubanks Davis, a graduate of Mt. Gordon has over 18 years of experience in urban education, with a particular expertise in school start-up.
Gordon began her education career in New York City as a middle school teacher with Teach for America. Beyond school leadership, Ms. Gordon has worked with TFA as an advisor to corps members, a summer institute faculty director and a regional recruiter. Close Team Heather Harding Heather Harding's professional career has spanned classroom teaching, professional development, non-profit management, and empirical research.
She earned her master's and doctoral degrees in education policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. A trained journalist, Heather attended the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and retains her love of investigative research and artful writing.
Kira is also a moderator for the Pahara fellowship, a fellow of the Aspen-New Schools cohort, and a member of the Aspen Global Network.The following individuals are members of the Homeland Security Advisory Council.
The Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) leverages the experience, expertise, and national and global connections of the HSAC membership to provide the Secretary real-time, real-world, sensing and independent advice to support decision-making across the spectrum of homeland security.
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The following individuals are members of the Homeland Security Advisory Council. The Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) leverages the experience, expertise, and national and global connections of the HSAC membership to provide the Secretary real-time, real-world, sensing and independent advice to support decision-making across the spectrum of homeland security. Board Member Biographies Charles Meacham He has been involved in numerous civic organizations, including Community-Based Services, Housing Options (both within Henrico County), Friends of L’Arche Central Virginia (housing and services provider for people with intellectual disabilities), and Tuckahoe Little League Baseball, Challenger Division (for youth with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities). “To make it in this business, you either have to be first, great or different,” says living legend Loretta Lynn. “And I was the first to ever go into Nashville, singin’ it like the women lived it.”.
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Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction. Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut, At law school, Hillary Rodham was a member of the board of editors of the Yale Review of Law and Social Action, and graduated with honors.
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