For many folks, societal standards are not inclusive of all. These standards of excellence are often set out of reach and exacerbate the negative talk that we do daily, "What am I doing here? How did I get here? This must be a mistake?" In this interactive presentation, you will learn to SQUASH those thoughts and catapult your self-worth!
Dr. Natalie Hart hails from Tacoma, Washington in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She completed her bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Washington in Seattle. Her master's degree is in Education Policy. Dr. Hart recently graduated with her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern California, at Rossier's College of Education. Dr. Hart's research focused on Black male student achievement and highlighted the Kingmakers of Oakland program. Her dissertation is titled, "Kingmakers of Oakland: Systematic Change for African American Male Achievement in California." During her time at the University of Southern California, Dr. Hart worked as an Assistant Learning Specialist for USC Athletics and was the Program Assistant for USC's Political Science and International Relations PhD. program. Dr. Hart was the Vice President of the Black Graduate Student Network, Vice President of the JENGA Doctoral Association, and a 3rd-year Graduate Resident Assistant for USC's Residential Education Department. Dr. Hart believes that access to equitable education is the civil rights issue of our generation.
1 CEU (pending)
Thursday, February 24, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, pst
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