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New Leaders Council

#ProgRocks: What's progressive in education these days?

Join us for a night of discussion and debate as our distinguished panelists guide through topics like: school choice, teacher tenure laws, Common Core curriculum, and more. Don't miss this free event. RSVP today.

6:00pm: Doors open, networking, light refreshments
6:30pm: Event start. Intro to NLC, Impact Hub LA (Event Sponsors) (10 mins)
6:40pm: Main panel discussion (1 hour)
7:40pm: Open panel to general discussion (30 mins)
8:10pm: Closing thoughts (10 mins) 
8:20pm: Hard event end. Begin event take-down.
Arts District Brewery is on the first floor of the building, so the conversations can definitely continue...


David Azevedo: IT Project Manager at LAUSD. Managing a charter school student data analytics project, which will help the District better compare traditional and charter student success. Also, an NLC governing board member and alum.

Aixle Aman: Chief of Staff to LAUSD Board Member Ref Rodriguez. NLC governing board member and alum. Chai tea aficionado. 

Salina Joiner: President of AMU (Asociación de Maestros Unidos), which represents teachers/counselors at Green Dot Public Schools.

Kelly Maloney: LAUSD English teacher and NLC-LA alum (class of 2013).

Justin Tandingan: Transgender/gender noncomforming activist, former TFA teacher and TFA Director of Asian American and Pacific Island Initiatives.

June 02, 2016 at 6pm - 9pm
Impact Hub LA
830 Traction Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90013
United States
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Eric DeSobe ·

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