BLAC guest speaks at University of Puget Sound Masters of Education Class
What an honor to speak with education students and faculty University of Puget Sound about the work that BLAC is doing.
BLAC Featured on Positive Philter
In this episode, I am joined by inspirational educator, Jonathan Lee. We discuss his experience going to a PWI Private School in high school, how that experience shaped his career, and how he wants to help other students of color share their stories through "Bridging Legacies Across Campuses" platform.
Shout Outs and Plugs
BLAC Participates in Odessa Brown Children's Clinic (OBCC) Community Conversation
BLAC participated in Connecting the Dots: Restoring Transformative Academic and Community Partnerships. Led by Dr. Max Hunter of OBCC, and partnering with Dr. Emile Pitre, author of "Revolution to Evolution," discussion on strengthening community efforts to promote pathways into healthcare careers.
BLAC Featured on Humans of SAAS
In this episode, Director of Admissions Jonathan Lee shares the work he is doing inside and outside SAAS.
He discusses his non-profit, Building Black Excellence for African American Youth, and his podcast, "Our Faces, Our Voices," which both aim to unite and empower students of color around the country. Jonathan talks about his four fundamental questions, including, “When did you discover you were diverse?” Throughout this episode Jonathan offers plenty of wisdom, touching on the importance of having a “tentative plan” for life.
BLAC Featured on #MAXOUTTIME
#MaxOutTime #EducationReboot: Seattle Academy Director of Admissions and Bridging Legacies Across Campuses (#BLAC) Founder Jonathan Lee discusses how the pandemic has exacerbated the independent school admissions process. A native of Alexandria, Virginia, and graduate of Episcopal High School, Jonathan’s LLC aims to make independent schools like Episcopal and Seattle Academy more diverse through networking and consulting across the country.
BLAC guest speaks in SAAS Entrepreneurship Leadership Classes
BLAC steps in as a guest speaker for the Millbrook School's MLK Celebration!
Keynote speakers Jonathan Lee and Dr. Stephanie Akoumany spoke on Dr. King’s legacy and the ongoing struggle for a just society. Director of DEI Prince Botchway planned a day of activities called Keep Moving!: 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium, designed to educate and inspire participants by using Dr. King’s call to work for progress and change.
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