Seattle Based Non-Profit Unveils New Logo and Brand Identity Designed To Give Students a Visual For Their Own Educational Success

Equal Opportunity Schools today reveals a brand new logo and overall style that perfectly illustrates the nonprofit’s commitment to providing students from all ethnic and financial backgrounds equal access to rigorous courses.

The sleek new logo features the shadow of a gender-neutral child victoriously standing on a pile of books with their hand raised to the sky. The image radiates success and determination—characteristics that EOS works to implement in each student, school, and district with whom they work.

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Visualizing Every Person: How Disaggregated Data Can Build a More Just World

Watch a recording of Chief Strategy Officer Dr. Sasha Rabkin and Jessica Paulson Senior Director, Reporting & Analytics, of Equal Opportunity Schools, at the Tableau Foundation Virtual Summit. Their session track is titled: “A mirror not a microscope: What has the pandemic taught us about school” and is focused on how school leaders can effectively use data.

EOS’ portion of the recording begins at time stamp 26.59. We encourage you to join the conversation on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.

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Equal Opportunity Schools Announces Two New Board Members

Seattle, WA – Today, Equal Opportunity Schools, a Seattle-based national nonprofit announced that Joanne Harrell (former CEO of United Way of King County and Microsoft’s current Senior Director of U.S. Citizenship and Market Development) of Seattle, WA and Eric Weaver (formerly of Intel Corporation and currently Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at the Universities Space Research Association) of Columbia, MD have officially joined the Equal Opportunity Schools Board of Directors. Their 3-year terms began August 2020 and end September 2023.

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Joanne Harrell – Bio
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Celebrate & Support Black-led & Black-benefitting Organizations

Seattle, WA – Today, Equal Opportunity Schools, a Seattle-based national nonprofit announced they are celebrating #Give828, the national day of giving focused specifically on supporting black-led and black-benefitting organizations.

#Give828 isn’t like other fundraising campaigns. This day takes place during Black Philanthropy Month and commemorates multiple important historical landmarks in black American’s march toward freedom.

Supporting our #Give828 campaign just takes two steps: 1) Donate to us on August 28 https://www.give828.org/story/Eos 2) Share your support and equity story by tweeting us @EqualOppSchools #EquityEducationNow.

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