Podcast – Meisha Porter
Cite Executive Director Dr. Donald James speaks with Dr. Meisha Porter about her decision to take on the role of NYC Schools Chancellor in a difficult time, the opportunity we have to reinvent the systems in our schools, and what the pandemic taught us about the classroom and about leadership in moments of crisis. Dr. Porter is a graduate of our College of St. Rose School District Leadership program, and speaks about her time in that program and why people might want to go into education now. She talks about coming full circle with her new position at the Bronx Community Foundation, addressing inequities in the city. Dr. Porter and Dr. James discuss mission, service, and how rethinking “normal” may be what we need.
Find out more about the Bronx Community Foundation at https://thebronx.org/
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