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“Intelligence plus character - that is the true goal of education”

- Martin Luther King Jr.

Our Board of Directors

The NABSEF Board of Directors is a team of lifelong educators elected by the foundation to carry out the mission of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation, Inc. (NABSEF) which is to receive and administer funds for educational, scientific, and charitable purposes; to support programs of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Inc.; to receive donations and grants from any source; and to invest the proceeds and/or expand such donations and/or the process thereof for the purpose stated above. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED AS OF FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2018

 

NABSEF Board Application “CLOSED’

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“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

- Nelson Mandela

Professional Development

professional_development_iconTo provide educators of African American children with research based training experiences.

Research

research_iconTo identify educational practices that demonstrate excellence in the school performances.

Communications

communication_iconTo periodically publish monographs, special issue papers and research reports.

Scholarship & Grants

scholarship_grant_iconTo award financial aid to eligible students pursuing careers in education.

The mission of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation, Inc. (NABSEF) is to receive and administer funds for educational, scientific, and charitable purposes; to support programs of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Inc.; to receive donations and grants from any source; and to invest the proceeds and/or expand such donations and/or the process thereof for the purpose stated above.

Scholarship Winners 2018- Baltimore, Maryland

Jasmine Player

Mariah McKenzie

Raquel Legaspi

Trent Williams

Taylor Warner

Dominique Waters

Utopia Diabe

Kevin Etheridge

Breonna Stratton

Makaila Brown

Each student was awarded a $1000 scholarship

Scholarship Winners 2017- New Orleans, Louisiana

Larry Stewart-Davis

    Edwin Jones III

    Javohn Washington

    Justin Paul Gibson

    Austin Christian

   Kendall Pierre, Jr.

    Lauryn Scott

   Destinee Rogers

   Phalyn LaBranche

   Mychelle Nguyen

   Ra’Janae Morris

   Gretchen E. Borne

Click Here to See past student winners in “Scholarship and Grants”

Join Us!

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47th Annual NABSE Conference

11 November, 2019 at 0800 am

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Contact Us

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c/o Nardos E. King

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1029 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC 20005-3516

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"Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it."

- Marian Wright Edelman

Our Lastest Scholarship/Grant Winners!

Scholarship Winners 2016 Tampa, Florida

Alekxa Faison
Leannette Flaharty
Christian Tapper
Brianna Blake
Amira Zeinelabdin
Natalie Grant
Davis Dees
Janay Jefferson
LaVonne Shakes
Yasmeen Allen

Scholarship Winners 2015 Washington D.C.

Alicia Pilgrim
Imani Diggs
Doctanian Batts
Gerizim Perez

Scholarship Winners 2014 Kansas City, MO

Traci Blue
Shardae Williams
Martae Marshall
Danyale Scott
Alexis G. Tigner
Ife Justin Siffre

Scholarship Winners 2013

Sydney Jackson
Ricardo Avalos
Aalia Muhammad
Coraleen Wilson
Abdul Subhan
Claudia Logan
Malik Reed
Norbert Daniels, Jr.
Ja’Naysha Hamilton
Candice Wright
Marquise A. Poole

Each student was awarded a $1000 scholarship

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"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you."

- B. B. King

Board of Directors

Nardos King, EdD

Chair

Principal of Mount Vernon High School

Emma L. Marshall Epps, Ed.D.

NABSE's 18th Past President

Senior Partner-The 3E Group LLC

Derrick A. Humphries

Legal Counsel

Humphries and Brooks, LLC

Charles Mitchell, Jr., Ed.D.

NABSE Founding Member Owner

Chief Executive Officer The Mitchell Group,Inc., Chairperson Finance/Investment Committee

Walter Burt, Ph.D.

Secretary

Associate Professor at Western Michigan University

Chenai J. Okammor

Director

Vice President, Strategic Planning Pearson Education

Dr. Dwight Bonds

Director

Executive Director, California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA)

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“Intelligence plus character - that is the true goal of education”

- Martin Luther King Jr.

Our Mission

The mission of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation, Inc. (NABSEF) is to receive and administer funds for educational, scientific, and charitable purposes; to support programs of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Inc.; to receive donations and grants from any source; and to invest the proceeds and/or expand such donations and/or the process thereof for the purpose stated above.

NABSE/NABSEF Memorandum

NABSEF Ethics Policy

NABSEF Articles of Incorporation

NABSEF By-Laws

NABSEF Electronic Filing Status Report

NABSEF Financial Statement & Schedules

NABSEF IRS Tax Excempt Letter

CLOSED AS OF FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2018 NABSEF Board Application

NABSEF Board Member Qualities

Our Pillars

professional_green_iconProfessional Development

The Institute’s professional development is intended to provide educators of African American children with research based training experiences. The Ron Edmonds Academies are components of this system.

research_green_iconResearch

The Institute’s research program produces projects that identify educational practices that demonstrate excellence in the school performance of African American studies.

 

communication_green_iconCommunication

The Institute periodically publishes monographs, special issue papers and research reports.

scholarship_green_iconScholarship & Grants

The Institute awards financial aid to eligible students pursuing careers in education. Additionally, research grants will be available.

Request Proposals

NABSEF is accepting proposals from individuals, NABSE affiliates, organizations, and corporations to support the mission and purpose of NABSE; namely, to improve both the educational experiences and accomplishments of African American youth through the development and use of instructional and motivational methods that increase levels of inspiration, attendance and overall achievement (NABSE Website, 2014).

 

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