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Lumina Foundation May 1
“As low-income students, we know higher-ed better than anyone. So, let us in the room. Make sure you’re working WITH us when you’re trying to make things better.”
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Angie Kamath Aug 7
Re-envisioning college completion....how to help student’s attain degrees/credentials in a timely way, in jobs that enable economic mobility, while using technology to enable success? The questions leaders are tackling at a institute this week.
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Tim Littell May 1
This University of Michigan guide is for the not-rich students via
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Haley Glover Apr 30
I love this. Two rock stars on the stage talking about systemic inequity, and how we need to stop fixing people and start getting out of the way!
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Andre Perry Apr 30
Let’s get equity ! We got a standing-o. Let’s take it on the road.
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Andre Perry Apr 30
About to speak to this incredible crowd in . Let’s examine talent in Black-majority cities. There is nothing wrong with Black people that ending racism can’t solve. Let’s get it!
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Eva Esteban Dec 16
✨ SO fortunate to be part of this Training & Community Outreach family! Wishing you the best of holidays and an amazing 2020 from your corporate and extended training family at Diamond Resorts!
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City of Tallahassee Sep 5
This workshop is on Monday, Sept. 9. Great opportunity to learn about Minority/Women/Small Business Enterprise certification.
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Kim Hunter Reed Nov 30
addressing a full house at the La Legislative Black Caucus Brunch this morning. Talking about the importance of increasing the education pipeline and the value of our HBCUs.
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MG Wheeler Apr 30
When you invest on places not people, you are contributing to gentrification. Andre Perry,
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The TallyMacShack Aug 8
We are blessed to have great friends and a community that fosters growth for small businesses! Thank you Tallahassee!
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Danette Howard Apr 30
Our keynote speaker says “there’s nothing wrong with Black people that ending racism can’t solve.” Mic drop.
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CVHEC Apr 30
We are always trying to fix people when we should be trying to fix policies. -
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Synapse Jan 23
“Any healthy ecosystem is built on talent.” ~Dr. Rebecca White
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The Corridor Jan 23
Day 1 of with at was a success. Can’t wait for round 2 tomorrow!
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Andre Perry Apr 30
These college presidents in will be forgiving debt of students who’ve not completed their degree so they can return to campus and continue their educations.
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Angie Kamath May 29
Reason #599 why I love adult learners...because they multitask like a boss and get the job done....like the grad who walked the stage tonight to get her degree....while visibly in labor. No joke.
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Glen Cooper Apr 8
The OPC’s are having fun and making money in Branson with our Money Maker Hats!
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Haley Glover May 1
is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing your brilliance with us this morning! People, our future is in such good hands. Watch out for this one.
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Ria Bhatt Apr 29
Small debt forgiveness & automatic degree conferral that still allows students to opt out for financial or other reasons are major themes from today's conf. Read ' take on these impt policy levers for
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