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July 17th PBL With Speaker Charlene Williams

July 8, 2019

We invite invite you to attend our upcoming monthly luncheon to hear from speaker Charlene Williams, Wednesday, July 17, from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm at the Doubletree by Hilton.

Currently an assistant superintendent for the Camas School District, Charlene believes that education can act as an agent for change.

For more than 25 years, Charlene has promoted change through education, including serving as principal at Roosevelt High School during the time of The Season of Service campaign, an historic partnership between the City of Portland, churches and public schools.

Early in her career, Charlene was inspired by Carter G. Woodson’s writings from The Mis- Education of the Negro, which shaped her philosophy that leaders must equip and inspire staff members, elevate student voice and engagement, and proactively forge alliances with parents and other stakeholders.

Charlene works to eliminate all practices and structures that reproduce barriers and inequities for students, operating with the unbending belief that we can, and should, all be working together to re-imagine and reinvent education experiences and outcomes for students.

Charlene is a wife, a mother, a teacher, a leader, an author and lifelong learner, and has had the privilege of working with school communities to improve attendance, enrollment and academic outcomes and opportunities for students. Her aim is to help educators and families eliminate opportunity and outcome disparities, so each student can thrive.

Please join us to hear Charlene’s faith-life story while enjoying lunch and fellowship.

Cost of the luncheon is $20.00.

Registration is required and seating is limited, so please register at this link.

If you would like to register a group of people,
please contact Diana directly at 503-906-1580

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