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#EdEquityVA Webinar Series - Culturally Courageous Leaders and Educators - December 8, 2020

Dec 8, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brenda Muse
K-12 Director of Curriculum @Franklin County Public Schools
Brenda Webb Muse, Ed.S currently serves as the Director of Instruction for Franklin County Public Schools. She is a former Middle School Principal, Assistant Principal, Special Education Coordinator, Reading Specialist and English Teacher. In addition to her many accomplishments, she was also named the 2010 NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year. Brenda is a 25 year veteran in education.
Anthony Swann
5th Grade Teacher/2021 Virginia Teacher of the Year @Franklin County Public Schools
Anthony Swann is the 2021 Virginia Teacher of the year. He teaches fifth grade math and reading at Rocky Mount Elementary in Rocky Mount, Virginia. Swann holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Averett University and a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership from Regent University. Ever since Swann was 11 years old, he knew he wanted to become a teacher. He was greatly influenced by his fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Jerretta Wilson whose words and love impacted him more than she could ever know. Her words stuck with Swann throughout his foster care experience; he stayed in foster care until the age of 21.
Matt Dunbar
Administrator at Benjamin Franklin Middle School @Franklin County Public Schools
As the East Hall Administrator at Benjamin Franklin Middle School, Matt Dunbar works daily to build lasting relationships through service, authenticity, and humor. A 2007 product of Franklin County High School, Matt returned in 2012 to teach World History and Government to 9th and 12th grade students. In 2015 he began his work with the Franklin County Public Schools Cultural Competence committee and helped to develop staff within that division through self-reflection and deep, intentional conversation. In 2017 Matt received his Masters from Virginia Tech in Educational Leadership and took an Assistant Principal position with Roanoke City Public Schools at William Fleming High School. While at Fleming, working under the incredible leadership of Archie Freeman, Matt used restorative practices to engage with students and better support the staff of Coulter Hall. In 2018 he returned to Franklin County as the 8th grade administrator at Ben Franklin Middle.