Seattle Mayor-elect Bruce Harrell has named Equal Opportunity Schools Interim CEO Eddie Lincoln as one of our four co-chairs that will lead his transition efforts. “Having leadership at the top that accurately reflects our communities is what is needed to ensure all voices are heard, and the best outcomes are reached,” Eddie shares. “It is my honor to help lead and organize this effort.”
Thanks to the NBA’s investment, Equal Opportunity Schools and Kingmakers of Oakland announced they received a generous grant from the NBA Foundation to empower Black youth, school districts, and equity-focused education organizations in three NBA markets: Atlanta, Memphis, and New Orleans.
Join the conversation as we listen to the team from Equal Opportunity Schools, Pasco County Schools, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as they present: “From Ripples to Waves: Creating a Culture of Equity” at the NABSE Southeast Regional Virtual Conference April 30-May 1.
The Seattle-Based Education Equity Nonprofit Announces A Change in Senior Leadership.
Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) Board Chair Dr. Deborah Wilds announced a leadership reorganization at the nonprofit that works to promote education equity for historically underrepresented students in high schools across the country. Eddie Lincoln has been appointed Interim Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Sasha Rabkin has been appointed Interim President.