EOS Celebrates AAPI Heritage Month by paying tribute to Thelma Garcia Buchholdt

Equal Opportunity Schools celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month by paying tribute to civil rights leader Thelma Garcia Buchholdt who was elected to the Alaska House of Representatives becoming the first Filipinx American legislator elected in the U.S. and served four terms. In 2009, she was inducted into the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame in recognition of her significant contributions to Alaska as a legislator, civil rights leader, author, and lawyer. Prior to her move to Alaska, she had a career as an elementary school teacher.

In celebration of #AAPIHeritageMonth, may may Thelma Garcia Buchholdt’s dedication to civil rights and education encourage you in your own aspirations.

Join us in honoring Thelma Garcia Buchholdt by leaving a tribute on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.

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AAPI HERITAGE MONTH

EOS Education Equity Champions to Present ‘From Ripples to Waves: Creating a Culture of Equity’ at the NABSE Southeast Regional Virtual Conference, April 30-May 1

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.

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People & Culture Senior Director Subha Chaudhuri Pens Article for Forbes Human Resources Council Blog

People & Culture Senior Director and Forbes Council Member Subha Chaudhuri, co-authored article highlighting 10 important considerations for smaller companies working to ensure a safe, healthy work environment for their team.

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