Anastasia Prentiss has a PhD in Philosophy and Religion Emphasis in Women's Spirituality from California Institute of Integral Studies. She holds an M.A. and B.A.in Communication Studies from San Francisco State University, is an Assistant Professor at Holy Names University and a lecturer at San Francisco State University. Her teaching focus is Performance Studies, Gender Communication, Intersect
Ms. Betty Ly (she/her) is a Community School Board Member and former parent. Ms Betty is a Family Advocate at City of Oakland Head Start. Previously, Betty worked with many community-based organizations and developed strong networking, outreach and leadership skills through these experiences. Seeking food sovereignty as a right for our communities, Betty serves as a Alameda County Food Bank vol
Ms. Sarah Tiffany Richardson-Baker is a Community School Parent of a 4th grader and the Deputy Executive Director of Oakland Native's Give Back. Sarah has been working fulltime for nearly 17 years as a marketing/communication manager, strategic consultant to political campaigns/candidates, and the last 3 years running a successful, small business in Downtown Oakland. Sarah brings to the board ri
Mr. Chris Dailey is VP of Sales at ValiMail, San Francisco. He graduated cum laude, with academic achievement awards in Rhetoric and Advanced Trial Practice and received the Pro Bono Achievement Award from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Licensed to practice law in CA, NY and D.C, Mr. Dailey served on the CSCE Design Team 2007-2010 and founding board member in 2009, Chrs returned to the CSC
Ms. Velia Navarro is founding parent of CSCE, who began work with Dr. Oberman in 2008. At the time Ms Navarro was an OCO Leader in a Leadership Training Class with OCO Organizer Emma Paulino. Now, 11 years on, she is the mother of a CSCE gradaute, Justin Navarro, and has over the past 8 years served as Family Liaison at ARISE High School, an Oakland High School and key CSCE partner school and feeder school.
Ms. Martha Candido has been a CSCE parent for 4 years, is a member of the Mills Waldorf Professional Development Certificate Program and an avid learner. Ms. Candido is self employed and currently going to school, which is an inspiration to her son and all surrounding.
Patrick Walsh brings with him a career dedicated to education. Patrick recently launched a consulting practice, Solutions in Education, that supports charter schools and authorizers across the country. Prior to this, Patrick led advocacy and policy initiatives across the San Francisco Bay Area as the Managing Regional Director, Bay Area at the California Charter Schools Association. Patrick also has critical experience as a charter authorizer, having served as the Executive Director, Statewide Monitoring for the Louisiana Department of Education where he led oversight of state-authorized charter schools in addition to federal programs and special education for all districts and charters statewide. Patrick began his career in education as a special education teacher in New Orleans. Patrick will soon be receiving his doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Florida, holds a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership from Teachers College, Columbia University, and has a BA in political science from the University of Florida.
Students will be considered for admission without regard to ethnicity, national origin, gender, disability, or achievement level. The CSCE will strive to meet the district % of sub-group representations. The Community School for Creative Education will be non-sectarian in its programs, admission policies, employment practices, and all other operations, and will not charge tuition nor discriminate against any student based on ethnicity, national origin, gender, or disability. The Community School for Creative Education is open to all students in the state of California who wish to attend the school.
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