STAND TALL LEADERSHIP SHOW EPISODE 15 FT. JAMIE BROWN artwork
STAND TALL LEADERSHIP SHOW

STAND TALL LEADERSHIP SHOW EPISODE 15 FT. JAMIE BROWN

  • S1E15
  • 40:12
  • October 15th 2020

Jamie Brown is currently the Vice Principal at Holmdel High School, NJ. A proud NJ educator since 2001, Jamie’s passion and dedication to both Character Education & Social-Emotional Learning helped develop the 1st District-Wide PEER Leadership Program in NJ Public Schools. Embracing a “Compassion over Curriculum” growth mindset, Jamie’s approach to Whole Child Development & Future Readiness focuses on Positive School CultureRevitalization.His K-12 SEL Program, ACCEPT U, has earned a National “Promising Practice” by Character.org & has been recognized by Future Ready Schools and the Alliance for Excellent Education. Jamie’s dubbed“ Personal Learning & Development“ sessions, Keynotes and assemblies on Civic Education, Social Inclusion and Social & Emotional Well-Being, have assisted many school districts, staffs, students & communities in developing community partnerships driven by student voices.You can follow Jamie on all SocialPlatforms, as he looks forward to making new connections every day in the education field. Jamie is available for virtual and in-house PD, SEL assemblies, Student Leadership training &program revitalization and development, Character Education Curriculum writing and revision, As well as mindfulness practices and implementation.

www.AcceptUniversity.com

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STAND TALL LEADERSHIP SHOW

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