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SANDUSKY, OH – Dr. Venita Kelly Speaks on Improving Education in Sandusky: CC Student Parents | Podcast

August 3, 2010

The NAACP hosted its first educational summit at the former Madison School, now Spirit and Truth Ministries, to a gathering of interested parties: Sandusky School staff, parents, city commissioners, board of education, community organizations and affiliated groups. The summit focussed on raising interest and incentive for parents to become actively involved within the school system.

The keynote speaker for the 2010 summit – Dr. Venita Kelly – is a representative for the Governor’s Closing the Achievement Gap Initiative.

A former professor of communication and ethnic studies, Kelley is the founder and CEO of Kelley Communication and Consulting, a cultural competence, leadership development and media consulting firm, since 1994.  She is widely published in communication, psychology, and education, and she has received a number of community, local and national recognitions for her work and service. Read more about Dr. Venita Kelly.

Her speech at this years summit is recorded as a podcast for “On The Wire” and can be downloaded as an MP3.



(Note: this recording may take a minute to load: please be patient. Also, some recordings do not play well on built-in computer speakers; and would require headphones or a strong set of speakers attached to your computer.)

Dr. Venita Kelly | Podcast

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