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FES Moderates Panel at DMV's Largest Annual HBCU College Fair


8:00AM (Gaylord Convention Center)

Fletcher Education Solutions has been invited back for the fifth year in a row to moderate the "Mixed Up, Messed Up" panel for prospective HBCU students. The panel will showcase the challenges many first year college students face and best practices for overcoming them. From managing your time and studying to making money stretch and staying emotionally healthy, this panel is an opportunity for every students to learn valuable lessons ahead of enrolling in college. 

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Tina and Trina to Speak at the University of Central Arkansas



Tina and Trina will address students at the University of Central Arkansas on behalf of the Women of Excellence Program. The Fletcher sisters will share their story of success over failure despite all odds. 

Trina Selected as Keynote Speaker for Verizon Foundation's Girls STEM Camp



Trina served as a keynote speaker for a group of young girls attending the Verizon Foundation's STEM Camp for girls at the Paul D. Camp Community College. Trina shared her personal story of success over struggle and her journey to becoming a Doctor of Education from a small town in Arkansas. Visit the FES Photos page for pictures of the event. 

Tina and Trina Named Brown Girls Rock for Work in Education



Tina and Trina received the annual Brown Girls Rock award for Education for their work in Arkansas, DC and Africa. They join the ranks of Dr. Sherece West Scantlebury, Tamika Edwards and Toyce Newton of Phoenix Youth Services, Inc. as phenomenal women in education. They are also two of the youngest recipients of the award. 

Success Interview with Dr. Evette Allen



Tina and Trina will conduct a live interview with Evette Allen of ELA Education Services, LLC. The Fletcher Sisters will share their work in the community, both domestically and internationally, with young adults in effort to expose them to various perspectives on success. Tune in on May 24! 

Why Mentoring Matters Panel hosted by The College Board



The College Board, in collaboration with the Catholic University of America (CUA), proposes to serve 110 students from three District of Columbia Public Senior High Schools: one in Ward 7 (Woodson Senior High School) and two in Ward 8 (Anacostia and Ballou Senior High Schools). Students in these wards urgently need the academic enrichment, pre-college counseling, college and career planning, and mentoring services that the College Board Upward Bound program will provide in order to ensure their high school graduation, college enrollment and completion, and career success.

FES Moderates Panel at DMV's Largest Annual HBCU College Fair



FES will participate in the 2017 Alfred Street Baptist Church HBCU Festival as moderators of the Mixed Up, Messed Up Seminar that will also include graduates of HBCUs.  

Tina Invited as Guest Speaker for the Xi Zeta Omega ASCEND Program



Tina served as a speaker and guest author for the Xi Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. ASCEND Mentoring Program. As a part of the lecture, each student received a copy of Surviving High School: A Teen's Guide to Academic and Social Success. A copy of the book can be purchased in the Store section of the website. 

Collective 100 PAC Retreat


10:00AM - 4:00PM

Tina will serve as a panelist and fundraising workshop host for the Collective PAC's annual retreat. The Collective is a political action committee whose mission is to build black political power by supporting candidates and initiatives committed to uplifting the black community. We are strategists, thought leaders and politicos. Some of us are artists and entertainers, tech entrepreneurs and activists. All of us share a common vision and goal of a world with drastically more black elected officials, at every level of government. Visit to learn more. 

Preserving Communities for Generations: Community Land Trusts & Anacostia



Tina will serve as a panelist for a discussion on Community Land Trusts (CLTs), a powerful and flexible tool to create affordable housing, allow residents to build equity as homeowners and preserve affordability for generations.

Aya, Inc. - A Mentoring Program for Girls Workshop


10:00 AM

FES will serve as a panelist for the Aya, Inc. workshop. FES will speak to female high school students on understanding the essential components of leadership particularly as it relates to their experiences of African American women. 

The White House Conference on Inclusive STEM Education for Youth of Color


8:00 AM

On Friday, October 28th, the White House Council on Women and Girls,  the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative and the Office of Science and Technology Policy, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Math and Science Initiative will host  an event focused on increasing diversity and inclusion in STEM for youth of color. FES will participate in the discussion. 


STEM Success Stories: Discussing your personal experiences in STEM


10:00 AM

FES will participate in Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson's annual CBCF 2016 panel on STEM education and careers.  The event will be held Friday, September 16 from 10:30AM - 11:45 AM at the Walter E. Convention Center.  

NCWIT/Google Roundtable on Black Women & Girls in Computing


9:00 AM

FES will participate in a NCWIT and Google round table discussion regarding Black Women and Girls in Computing. The event will be held on the Google LAX campus in Venice, CA from Thursday, August 18-20.

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