Kelly Wickham Hurst: Being Black at School
August 29, 2016•54 min
Kelly Wickham Hurst is the Founder and CEO of Being Black at School, an initiative to empower parents & educators to make schools safe for Black children. Previous to that, she worked in public education for the last 22 years as a teacher and middle and high school administrator, both as a guidance dean and an asst. principal. Her blog, Mocha Momma, won the Iris Award for Most Thought-Provoking Content in 2014. She's the married mother of 6 children in a blended family and lives in Illinois.