We are honored to present our first guest speaker of the series, Milton Reynolds!
Join us Thursday, January 31st at 6pm for this free event!
Milton Reynolds is nationally recognized for his expertise in equity, inclusion, diversity, and communication. He is a strategic thinker, leader, and community activist who works with non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and organizations to promote change, critical thinking, and improve the lives of others.
Milton was a Senior Program Associate at Facing History and Ourselves, an organization with a global footprint and staff members in nine locations from Chicago, Cleveland, and Memphis – to London, Los Angeles, New England, New York, Toronto, and the San Francisco Bay Area, in addition to education partnerships around the world, including China, France, Northern Ireland, and South Africa.
He was also a Research Associate at Stanford University’s Center for Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity (Stanford Integrated Schools Project) where he participated in research data collection, teacher observations, and integrated organizational best practices for work with educators.
Milton has been a member of multiple Commissions and Associations, including Literacy for Environmental Justice (past Board Chairman); the Racial Justice Coalition, ACLU; San Mateo County Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission; the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability, San Francisco State University; and Communication Arts and Sciences, Berkeley High School (Advisory Board Member).