This symposium was created for people/organizations interested in the recruitment, development, support, and mentoring of Black educators.
About this Event
The State of Black Educators Symposium is a free event designed for attendees to network, share/review resumes, learn, and be inspired by area leaders.
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Networking with Vendors
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. The State of Black Educators Symposium
Dr. Darryl Diggs - Assistant Principal/Co-founder of BMESTL
Dr. Art McCoy - Superintendent
Dr. Tony Robinson - Superintendent
Dr. Sharonica Hardin - Superintendent
Dr. John Simpson - Superintendent
Dr. Curtis Cain - Superintendent
Dr. Karen Hall - Superintendent
Dr. Margie Vandeven - Commissioner of Education
Dr. Candice Carter Oliver - Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Joseph Davis - Superintendent
Dr. Chris Kilbride - Superintendent
Dr. Carla Addoh - Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Amy Zielinski - Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Howard Fields - Principal/Co-founder of BMESTL
*This information has not been finalized and is subject to change.
Speaking topics include:
Recruiting, developing, supporting and mentoring Black Educators
Being an ally for Black Educators
Self-Care and Social-Emotional Support for Black educators
Career advancement tips & strategies
Organizational Diversity vs Inclusivity
Being the only Black educator in a space
If you are a current, former, or future Black educator OR if you are tasked with assisting in the recruitment, development, support, and mentoring of current and future Black educators, you have a responsibility to attend.
For more information visit BMESTL.com
Sponsorship and vendor opportunities available by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is being brought to you by Black Males in Education St. Louis (BMESTL), in collaboration with Educational Conduits L.L.C.