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Biography

As a Highly Qualified and Certified Social Studies Teacher on the Senior High School level with expertise in History, Government, Economics, Philosophy, and Psychology, I have a penchant for public policy and liberal arts and sciences. Educationally, I have been named to Whose Who in American Education, and am a member of Kappa Delta Pi, international education honor society. Background prior to teaching was in business/economic development where I held President and Chief Executive Officer functions in numerous Community Development and Economic Development entities in Metropolitan Washington DC. I hold diplomas and degrees from Morehouse College, Johns Hopkins University- Berman Graduate School of Real Estate, and Harvard University School of Law highly regarded Harvard Trade Union Program. My proficiency includes Labor Relations, Labor Unions, Public Service Employment, Public Schools, and Education Policy. Others rely upon my contributions to media outlets including but not limited to the Washington Post, Washington Times, Washington Examiner, and Education Weekly. My teacher leadership actions have been the subject of a television show, the Senate Committee on Education and Labor – US Congress, and numerous articles. Most notably, I am the original writer and the sole derivative plaintiff in Saunders v. Hankerson et. al. which contributed to changes in national labor law concerning fiduciary duty, union representation, and financial disclosure for all labor unions in the United States. Presently, I serve as the General Vice President of the Washington Teachers’ Union – Local 6 AFT-AFL-CIO and Trustee of the Metropolitan Washington Labor Council in addition to other boards and commissions. None of the materials contained herein are the reflections of any organization which I might be affiliated with unless specifically stated.

Interests

citizen journalism, music, law, conflict resolution, reading, technology, chess, economics, government, social sciences, liberal arts and sciences, ethical delimmas, nas iii