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OUR MISSION
The Yale School of Management Education Leadership Conference exists to create a forum for leaders in education reform. We seek to create a constructive dialogue about how leadership skills applied to the education sector can be used to solve the most pressing and complex challenges in public education.

ABOUT: YALE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
From its modest beginnings in 2007, The Yale School of Management Education Leadership Conference has grown to be a nationally recognized forum for education reform. The ELC is an annual two-day conference focused on convening the nation’s leaders in education reform. Through panels, networking, conversations, and workshops, our speakers, attendees, presenters, and keynotes create a community that helps build urgency in working toward student success and system-wide progress.

The ELC is sponsored and run by the Yale School of Management Education Club. Each year, 20+ Yale School of Management students work from early in the school year to conceptualize, plan, and realize the spring conference. The 2019 conference will mark our 13th anniversary.
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Luke Charles Harris

African American Policy Forum
Director of Programs and Co-Founder
Dr. Luke Charles Harris, Director of Programs and Co-Founder of the African American Policy Forum, is an Associate Professor of American Politics and Constitutional Law at Vassar College. J.D. & LL.M Yale, Ph.D Princeton. He clerked for the late A. Leon Higginbotham Jr., the distinguished scholar and former Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; and he served as a Fulbright Scholar to England at the University of Warwick, School of Law. Dr. Harris is the author of a series of critically acclaimed articles on questions of equality in contemporary America, the coauthor -- along with Kimberle Crenshaw, Danny Hosang and George Lipsitz -- of Seeing Race Again, Countering Color Blindness  Across the Disciplines; and the co-writer and chief consultant for Kathe Sandler’s 1993 award-winning documentary film A Question of Color.