MOBE, the Marketing Opportunities in Business and Entertainment Symposium, the leading advanced marketing conference and one of the longest-running marketing and business accelerating platforms, has announced its first annual summit for K-12 educators, institution builders, and educational influencers. The “Independent Educational Narrative: HBCUs & Beyond” will be held virtually via the HOPIN platform on Thursday, April 21st. The inaugural education day event will be introduced by Sheryl Lee Ralph (ABC’s Abbott Elementary).
Developed in partnership with TeachAkoma, LLC founder & CEO Kilolo Moyo-White, and Spread Karma Marketing, the conference will leverage educational partnerships between traditionally independent Black Institutions, educators, teachers, bloggers, journalists, and business entrepreneurs. The panel discussions will feature national institutional leaders, including Dr. Bettina Love, Dr. Howard Fuller & Atlantis Browder, to name a few. Educators participating in the conference will receive CTLE certification credit hours for participation.
“I’m thrilled and honored to lead this effort during an extremely critical period for Black teachers K-12. On April 21st #MOBEed is shining the light on educators. Industry thought leaders will discuss breakthroughs in traditional education and the Olympian efforts to challenge the structural barriers that are deterrents for our children,” said Kilolo Moyo-White. “Moreover, we’ll discuss how the Critical Race Theory conversation has transformed into Culturally Responsive Teaching and what that means for our future. MOBE allows us to acknowledge the past and places us on the threshold of change, raising Black voices and creating new success models.”