Webinar: Reach, Teach, Lead & Succeed with Underserved Students (Gr. K-12)

Webinar: Reach, Teach, Lead & Succeed with Underserved Students (Gr. K-12)

Webinar: Reach, Teach, Lead & Succeed with Underserved Students

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Presented by Cynthia “Mama J” Johnson, Ed.D.


Poverty, diversity, equity, excellence… these can pose unique challenges (and ultimately big rewards!) in effectively reaching, teaching, leading, and succeeding. Mama J’s 5 POWER Principles help to transform school cultures to create “Villages of Hope” that empower underserved student populations and help prepare them for college- and career-readiness. Let her POWER Principles guide you as you change mindsets, address equity, and improve outcomes for ALL children!

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Dr. Cynthia "Mama J" Johnson is a national consultant acclaimed for her work with reaching and teaching today’s youth, instructing diverse student populations, and sharing strategies to close the achievement and relationship gap. She is a highly requested keynote speaker and professional development trainer with a proven track record of nearly three decades. “Mama J”, a name given to her by her students has served in the classroom teaching multiple abilities including special education, gifted, and high-risk students. She has also served as a principal at both the middle and high school levels, and as a district-wide administrative professional development trainer. Mama J” is living proof that nothing is impossible if you try. To others, her future appeared bleak; however, she prevailed and beat the odds, never allowing circumstances such as extreme poverty, stuttering, negative labels, and the inability to read to get in her way. Today, "Mama J" has turned her life story into her strength by being persistent and believing the words, "I Can!” She has applied the lessons learned while growing up to make a difference in the lives of all children, especially underserved students. “Mama J" speaks from the heart and shares this passion in a powerful “Message of Hope!”