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The Historical Opportunity for Courageous Leadership Lunch and Learn Series: 1956
2020 is a turning point year. There are extraordinary opportunities for transformation. For healing. For courageous leadership. To better understand these opportunities, TIP will take a look at three times in North Carolina history where we had the opportunity for transformation in education and race equity.

1956:
Two years after Brown v. Board of Education, North Carolina is at a crossroads: will it move towards equity and integration or defy the Supreme Court? What will be the role of courageous leaders?

Sponsored by The Innovation Project and The Center for Love & Justice at the High Tech High Graduate School of Education (HTH GSE)

Oct 9, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Kaleb Rashad
President/CEO & Co-Founder @Unlocked
Dr. Kaleb Rashad works with community leaders in the US/Canada, Spain, and Hong Kong to create new schools and redesign existing schools focused on deeper learning, innovation and racial equity. As the Creative Director of the Center for Love and Justice at the High Tech High Graduate School of Education, Kaleb co-directs the New School Creation Fellowship in 12 priority cities around the country and the #SchoolRedesign partnerships with existing neighborhood schools in the South. Prior to his work at the graduate school, Kaleb served as the Director of the Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High (San Diego) and he has been a principal in traditional primary and secondary schools in both affluent and impoverished communities.
Ann McColl
Co-Founder, President @The Innovation Project
Ann McColl is an attorney and has worked in the field of education law and policy since graduating from the UNC Law School in 1991. Her positions include legislative director for the State Board of Education, general counsel for the North Carolina Association of School Administrators and the North Carolina School Superintendents Association, general counsel for the North Carolina Association of Educators, and legal counsel and director of policy for the North Carolina School Boards Association. She also has served as associate professor of educational leadership at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte College of Education, visiting faculty at the School of Government, and adjunct faculty for the UNC School of Education and UNC School of Law. Ann has shared versions of Constitutional Tales with audiences across North Carolina since 2007.
Courtney Crowder
Raleigh Managing Director @APCO Worldwide
A native of Southeast Raleigh, Courtney Crowder has over 20 years of experience in public affairs, government relations and strategy. Courtney honed his skills in a range of public affairs and government relations positions. November 2019, Courtney accepted the role of the Raleigh Managing Director for APCO Worldwide, an independent global public affairs and strategic communications consultancy. With more than 600 employees in 35 worldwide locations, it is also the largest independently owned PR firm in the United States. Prior to joining APCO, Courtney established Crowder Consulting Company in 2012, which blossomed into a robust government relations agency that followed after he served as Legislative Director and senior advisor to Governor Beverly E. Perdue.