Tuesday, October 6th 2020
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
This semi-interactive workshop will provide a brief history of the modern education system. This workshop will provide statistical data that links education to policy, discuss the what and why of education’s original purpose, and end with actionable items as well as a Q&A session.
Workshop Facilitated by
Angeline Dean, MS, PhD Candidate
Ms. Dean served as an activist, organizer, and liaison to the Faith based community in her quest to bring White House aid to the City of Trenton and a consultant for Faith in NJ/ People Improving Lives through Organizing (PICO) as the Statewide Transportation Coordinator. Her work was instrumental in changing 1.7 million lives in NJ. Ms. Dean has ministered in the largest all male federal prison system for 12 years, sat on the Child Placement Review and Supervised Parent Visitation Boards for five years, and served as the Committeewoman of District 2 for two terms. She was appointed to the Governor’s Human Relations Commission, and in 2015, named the NJ Assistant State Coordinator for the Whitehouse Iniative on Prayer in NJ. Presently, Ms. Dean is an adjunct professor and facilitates the Institute for Community Justice’s anger management program in Philadelphia. She also hosts town halls addressing systems as plantations and recently launched a new project at www.Intersystemz.rocks.