Dr. Myron Oglesby-Pitts, assistant professor of education, recently presented at the Greater Nashville Alliance of Black School Educators (GNABSE) on “The ‘I’ Factor: Transferring Resilience to Organizational Leadership.” The “I” factors were identified in successful leaders who knew and understood that resilience in families could be replicated in their schools. Steven B. McCrary, President-Elect of the GNABSE, wrote the following about the presentation in a thank you letter to Dr. Oglesby-Pitt: “I want to thank you for participating in GNABSE’s Educational Forum. Your participation was a display of your support of our organization, your commitment to the community and to the children of Middle Tennessee. Your workshop for administrators went far beyond our themes, ‘Educating our Children to Become Tomorrow’s Leaders’ and has challenged us to meet the challenges of our youth head on.” Along with Dr. Oglesby-Pitts’ presentation, Dr. Jesse Register, director of Metropolitan Nashville Schools, also spoke.
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