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Save the Date: “African American Coffee Chat” With Seattle Schools Interim Chief

The community is invited to join Seattle Public Schools and the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative/SE Network for an “African American Coffee Chat” with Seattle Schools Interim Chief Dr. Susan Enfield at Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club (4520 MLK Jr. Way S.) on Mon., May 16, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

From Dr. Enfield:

I am grateful to have the opportunity to meet and talk with African American families and community members about the educational issues that matter the most to you and your family. I look forward to listening to your feedback, concerns, and questions and working together on solutions and next steps.

Dr. Susan Enfield was appointed Seattle’s Interim Superintendent earlier this spring, after her predecessor, Dr. Maria Goodloe-Johnson,
was dismissed in the wake of a financial scandal. Photo/Seattle Public Schools

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3 Comments on "Save the Date: “African American Coffee Chat” With Seattle Schools Interim Chief"

Garlic Gulch
4 years 4 months ago

Dr. Enfield makes a six figure salary. Community outreach is part of her job. She is accountable to the families that attend Seattle Public Schools and the taxpaying public who are black, white, asian, native american etc. We might not like each other, but we are all stakeholders.

4 years 5 months ago

“African American Coffee Chat”

That’s funny, in that picture she looks as white as they come.

Tom T
4 years 5 months ago

She’s going to have a busy schedule meeting with every single racial and ethnic group in the city.