Teleconference with CHRIS CHATMON

Date: 
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: 
WebEx Teleconference
COSEBOC Teleconference with CHRIS CHATMON

Save the Date for a Free Teleconference with CHRIS CHAPMON

2017-18 Teleconference Series: Boys and Young Men of Color: Liberated, Empowered and Educated

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(The teleconference is free, but registration is required)

On January 10, 2018, the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color is proud to announce its 4th speaker in our educational teleconference series, Conversations with Influential Thought Leaders. The goal of this series is to create, deepen and strengthen the capacity of educators and advocates dedicated to the affirmative development of boys and young men of color. 

We are honored to have CHRIS CHATMON—Deputy Chief of Equity for the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) and Founding Executive Director of OUSD’s Office of African American Male Achievement.

Who is Chris Chatmon?  

Christopher P. Chatmon serves as Deputy Chief of Equity for the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) and was named as a "Leader to Learn From" by Education Week magazine. Chatmon was selected as a Campaign for Black Male Achievement “Social Innovation Accelerator” because he is committed to improving life outcomes for all youth and especially African American males. Chatmon is passionate about uplifting the African American community and has dedicated his career and life work to creating pathways of success within Oakland and beyond. His inspirational leadership motivates educators and community members to engage, encourage, and empower young people regardless of gender or non-gender identity, race, class, or nationality.

Chatmon is Founding Executive Director of OUSD’s Office of African American Male Achievement, was principal of an alternative high school in San Francisco, and served as Executive Director of Urban Services at the YMCA in Oakland for over 10 years. Chatmon started his career in education teaching history and physical education in the San Francisco school district. In his spare time he is working with the Brotherhood of Elders Network, Concerned Black Men, and is an active member of the Bay Area Chapter of 100 Black Men, Inc. Chatmon earned an M.A. in Education and a secondary teaching credential in Social Science from Brown University. He also holds a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Physical Education from San Francisco State University. Chatmon is a dedicated husband and father of three sons.

COSEBOC is honored to host Chris for this teleconference - join us!
(The teleconference is free, but registration is required)

Full: No longer accepting registrations

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COSEBOC thanks the support of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement

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