Memphis: The Importance of Black Men in Education Panel // Power of Data

April 26, 2017, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Following the success of two powerful and popular panel discussions on “The Importance of Black Men In Education” in both Newark and San Francisco, Education Pioneers will host two similar discussions in April. Held in both Memphis and New York City, the panel discussion, “The Importance of Black Men in Education: Power of Data,” will focus on the intersection of the opportunity gap and data. Specifically, the discussion will center on how data can help create and shift the narrative about the opportunity gap and how a lack of data-driven decision making can perpetuate inequity.

Follow the conversation at #BMIE / #DataLeadersWanted

Leaders Joining us in Memphis >>

Moderator:

Anjelica Hall: Managing Director of Partnerships and Programs at Tennessee Charter School Center // 2014 EP Alumna

Panelists:

Brian Ingram: Resident Principal at New Leaders Org

Demarcus Love: Former Memphis Analyst Fellow // 2015 EP Alumnus

Diarese George: Business Education Teacher at Clarksville Montgomery School System & TN Score Educator Fellow at TN State Collaborative on Reforming Education // 2016 EP Alumnus

Marlon Foster: Executive Director at Knowledge Quest 

Mendell Grinter: Founder at Campaign for School Equity & Forbes 30 under 30

Victor J Evans: Deputy Director at TennesseeCAN

Tickets are now available!

   

 

Address: 
Memphis, TN
Audience: 
General