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Join corporate mindfulness company be.still, Ron Cope, and Chez Nous Guide founder, Kristyn Potter for a free virtual Black History Month Fireside Friday conversation and guided meditation.

 

The event takes place on February 5, 2021 from 1-2 pm EST on Zoom. Register below.

About Ronald Cope II | Deputy Director, Bronx Community Schools, Children’s Aid

Ronald Cope II is the Deputy Director for the Bronx Community Schools at Children’s Aid. He currently supervises eight Community Schools in the heart of the South Bronx. Ronald works to engage the efforts of school communities, city agencies, community organizations, teachers, and families to create interactive and safe environments in which children are able to learn and grow. This work is done by effectively assessing the strengths and needs of students and families and working closely with school personnel and community partners to provide services that support the academic achievement and healthy development of those students.

 

He previously was the Program Manager where he led and supervised the implementation of Boston College’s City Connects student support model in Community Schools in Washington Heights, the Bronx, Harlem and Staten Island. Prior to coming to Children’s Aid, Ronald led a diverse range of educational initiatives. Those initiatives include work with preschool education, community schools, parent education, teen school-based programming, and community and university partnerships. Ronald has devoted his time to mentoring high school and college aged young men of color. He works to develop strong relationships grounded in trust, advocacy and education. In each mentee, Ronald strives to instill the belief that, once one succeeds, it is his duty to identify and assist those who need him. Ronald has a Masters in Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BA in Sociology from Hampton University.

Upcoming Events

BLACK HISTORY MONTH INTERVIEW SERIES

 

Join corporate mindfulness company be.still, Ron Cope, and Chez Nous Guide founder, Kristyn Potter for a free virtual Black History Month Fireside Friday conversation and guided meditation.

 

The event takes place on February 5, 2021 from 1-2 pm EST on Zoom. Register below.

 

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