Association of African American Educators San Diego, CA
Association of African American Educators San Diego, CA

Associaton of African American Educators

in partnership with

The University of San Diego, School of Leadership and Education Sciences – SOLES

 Strategizing for Student Success: Making the Case for Black Students


University of San Diego (USD)

5998 Alcala Park

San Diego, CA 92110-2492


Friday, March 9, 2018

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Saturday, March 10, 2018

8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.



Registration Period (December 18, 2017  - March 2, 2018):

  • $200 - Member
  • $275 - Non-Member
  • $75 – Parent / College Student (Parent scholarships are available on a first come first serve basis. Please send an email to inquire.)
  • Youth Conference Registration Fee: $75 (Youth scholarships are available on a first come first serve basis. Please send an email to inquire.)
  • $175.00 - Saturday Only


Friday Awards and 35th Anniversary Dinner Only: $60.00 (Individual tickets or tables can be purchased by clicking the community link below.) Attire: Business or African 



  • Assemblymember Dr. Shirley N. Weber
  • Dr. Angela Bass
  • Dr. John Browne
  • Ms. Ruby Gordon
  • Dr. Vernon Moore
  • Ms. Jenee Peevy
  • Ms. Alma Hills
  • Mr. Darryl White
  • Mr. Don Mitchell
  • Dr. Sharon Whitehurst-Payne
  • Mr. Wendell Bass
  • Dr. Joe Fulcher
  • Dr. Dennis Brown
  • Ms. LaShae Collins
  • and a Special Unsung Hero



Print a copy of the School District Registration form to be submitted to your school accounting office.

Keynote Speaker

Ms. Margaret Fortune

CEO and President of Fortune School


Margaret is the President and CEO of Fortune School. The K-12 school system is focused on closing the African American achievement gap, preparing scholars for college starting in Kindergarten.  Margaret Fortune has founded seven schools (two K-8 campuses, three K-5 campuses, one 6-8 middle school and one Early College High School) with combined enrollment of 1723 students. Fortune has approval to open three more schools.  Fortune also operates a graduate school of education, credentialing teachers and principals with a focus on charter school leadership.


A graduate of UC Berkeley and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Fortune served as an education advisor to two California Governors. Fortune is a Trustee Emerita of the California State University.

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