Posts by Tag: Leadership Council

Shantay Davies-Balch

Why public education?

I have had the honor and privilege to work in partnership with bright, dedicated and courageous young people. I have witnessed one too many talented youth leaders graduate high school with strong “grades,” only to struggle in college and ultimately drop out, underprepared and humiliated. I choose to build knowledge and power for young people and their families to ensure access to a high quality education for all students.

How I GO:

My 15 years in youth development and education policy have taught me that young people and educators already have the critical insights necessary to be leaders in transforming our education systems.  GO creates leadership opportunities to turn those insights into powerful action.  I’m excited to bring Fresno’s young leaders, their families and educators together to accelerate change in our city’s public schools.

What are your vices?

One of my vices is food, especially cheeseburgers and tacos! I am convinced tacos are one of the most perfect foods and I love both the classics and trendy fusions.

Nuestro Próximos Pasos

Hoy escribo para compartir que voy hacer la transición de mi función como Director Ejecutivo el 1 de septiembre de 2018. Pero esto no es un adiós, me convertiré en miembro del Consejo de Liderazgo de GO Fresno junto a padres, educadores y aliados de la comunidad increíbles para apoyar el trabajo del equipo increíble de GO Fresno en el futuro.

Our Next Steps

I’m writing today to share that I will be transitioning from my role as Executive Director on September 1, 2018. But this is not goodbye — I will become a member of the GO Fresno Leadership Council alongside amazing parents, educators, and community allies to support the work of GO Fresno’s amazing team into the future. 

Jesse Molina

Why public education?

I have had the honor and privilege to work in partnership with bright, dedicated and courageous young people. I have witnessed one too many talented youth leaders graduate high school with strong “grades,” only to struggle in college and ultimately drop out, underprepared and humiliated. I choose to build knowledge and power for young people and their families to ensure access to a high quality education for all students.

How I GO:

My 15 years in youth development and education policy have taught me that young people and educators already have the critical insights necessary to be leaders in transforming our education systems.  GO creates leadership opportunities to turn those insights into powerful action.  I’m excited to bring Fresno’s young leaders, their families and educators together to accelerate change in our city’s public schools.

What are your vices?

One of my vices is food, especially cheeseburgers and tacos! I am convinced tacos are one of the most perfect foods and I love both the classics and trendy fusions.

Coreen Campos

Why public education?

I have had the honor and privilege to work in partnership with bright, dedicated and courageous young people. I have witnessed one too many talented youth leaders graduate high school with strong “grades,” only to struggle in college and ultimately drop out, underprepared and humiliated. I choose to build knowledge and power for young people and their families to ensure access to a high quality education for all students.

How I GO:

My 15 years in youth development and education policy have taught me that young people and educators already have the critical insights necessary to be leaders in transforming our education systems.  GO creates leadership opportunities to turn those insights into powerful action.  I’m excited to bring Fresno’s young leaders, their families and educators together to accelerate change in our city’s public schools.

What are your vices?

One of my vices is food, especially cheeseburgers and tacos! I am convinced tacos are one of the most perfect foods and I love both the classics and trendy fusions.

Diego Arambula

Why public education?

I have had the honor and privilege to work in partnership with bright, dedicated and courageous young people. I have witnessed one too many talented youth leaders graduate high school with strong “grades,” only to struggle in college and ultimately drop out, underprepared and humiliated. I choose to build knowledge and power for young people and their families to ensure access to a high quality education for all students.

How I GO:

My 15 years in youth development and education policy have taught me that young people and educators already have the critical insights necessary to be leaders in transforming our education systems.  GO creates leadership opportunities to turn those insights into powerful action.  I’m excited to bring Fresno’s young leaders, their families and educators together to accelerate change in our city’s public schools.

What are your vices?

One of my vices is food, especially cheeseburgers and tacos! I am convinced tacos are one of the most perfect foods and I love both the classics and trendy fusions.

MaryJane Skjellerup

Why public education?

I have had the honor and privilege to work in partnership with bright, dedicated and courageous young people. I have witnessed one too many talented youth leaders graduate high school with strong “grades,” only to struggle in college and ultimately drop out, underprepared and humiliated. I choose to build knowledge and power for young people and their families to ensure access to a high quality education for all students.

How I GO:

My 15 years in youth development and education policy have taught me that young people and educators already have the critical insights necessary to be leaders in transforming our education systems.  GO creates leadership opportunities to turn those insights into powerful action.  I’m excited to bring Fresno’s young leaders, their families and educators together to accelerate change in our city’s public schools.

What are your vices?

One of my vices is food, especially cheeseburgers and tacos! I am convinced tacos are one of the most perfect foods and I love both the classics and trendy fusions.

Parents and educators committed to Fresno students
A group of young parents and educators are joining together as advocates for students, parents and educators across Fresno.  Meet the founding GO Fresno Leadership…
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