Our next reader for this Thursday’s Frunchroom is Kelly Wickham Hurst.
Kelly Wickham Hurst is the founding Executive Director of Being Black at School, an advocacy movement for equity and safety for Black students. She’s a writer and 23 year educator both in the classroom and as an administrator from teacher to literacy coach to guidance dean and assistant principal. She’s currently working on her first book.
Currently living in Springfield, Kelly grew up in Hyde Park. Her Frunchroom reading is about schools and housing.
Join Kelly and the rest of our readers at Beverly Arts Center this Thursday at 730pm.