October 27 - 29, 2022
Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
165 Courtland St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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Dr. Jacqueline Bingham Flemmings

Adjunct Instructor at Holy Family University

Jacqueline Flemmings has certification as a School Counselor K-12
and Elementary and Secondary Principal K-12. She holds a Bachelors
of Arts, Masters of Arts in Counseling, Masters of Education in
Education Administration and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Having worked as a school counselor for over 25 years, she is a
passionate advocate for social justice and racial equity. Dr. Flemmings
has worked in the public school sector from grades K-12 and provided
supportive services, advising, counseling, mentoring and coaching
students. In addition, she provides school leaders, teachers and
community organizations with a foundation of pedagogy to better
serve students to become lifelong learners and productive citizens.
Her research focuses on addressing trauma as it relates to youth and
families with the interest of dismantling the school to prison pipeline.
Dr. Flemmings believes ”All students can achieve their highest
potential with effective resources and support”. Currently she is an
Adjunct at Holy Family University in Philadelphia, PA.

AGenda sessions
Increasing the Number of African American Doctorate Holders Across Multiple Fields
2022-10-28, 1:45 PM
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Closing the Cradle to Prison Pipeline (C2PP) Through the Principles of Ubuntu Using Trauma-Informed Care as a Classroom Intervention
2022-10-27, 11:15 AM
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