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PSV Parent Ambassadors

What is the PSV Parent Ambassador Program?

The PSV Parent Ambassador Program allows parents the opportunity to use their leadership skills to play a central role in effectively working with educational leaders to improve the experiences of Black families in private schools. This program is essential to PSV as it empowers parents to successfully partner and advocate for children, reinforces the pride and power of community building and support, and it highlights our shared belief in a strong family-school partnership which is optimal for student achievement.

 

The benefits of being a PSV Parent Ambassador include:

  • increased networking opportunities & visibility among the PSV community, in the school community, and with school leaders 

  • development of leadership and advocacy skills in a small group setting 

  • increased knowledge about DEIJ and SEL (social-emotional-learning) issues and the opportunity to engage intelligently around these areas

  • the many tangible and intangible benefits of helping our community and all of our children

 

The Parent Ambassador Program is made up of volunteer parent leaders who are trained to engage around the program objectives which are to ensure:

  • the school community's needs for information and support from PSV are clear and communicated;

  • the PSV mission is communicated and demonstrated in the school community;

  • that the school community is aware of upcoming PSV events and similarly, PSV is aware of school events,

  • that PSV events and activities are conceptualized & supported appropriately (e.g. volunteering in many capacities),

  • that newly-enrolled families in the school know about PSV as a resource and welcomed to the community,

  • that Black teachers, administrators, faculty and staff know about PSV and are welcomed to the community,

  • that they serve as a resource for prospective families who want to learn more about the private school experience

  • increased parent knowledge about social, emotional, cultural, and educational issues that specifically impact our community​

Parent Ambassadors commit to:

  • Attending one training session in the Fall approximately 1.5 hours long 

  • Attending six virtual meetings to touch bases, prepare for various events, skill build, ask questions, etc. 

  • Attending one end-of-the-year meeting to review the year, plan for next year, etc. 

  • Serving as a resource for prospective, newly-enrolled, and current families especially during the "Mix & Mingle" event and throughout the year (being available to connect with prospective families to answer questions about the private school experience, school culture, and more 

  • Assisting in the cross communication/promotion and community-building aspects related to working collaboratively with their school and with PSV

Interested parents should complete the form below. Once submitted, parents will be emailed with next steps. If you do not receive an email, or have any questions, please check your SPAM/Junk folder or contact parentambassador@privateschoolvillage.org.

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2023-2024 Parent Ambassadors

Archer

Tammy Bonney

Argo Navis School

Michelle Cauley Anderson

Oladunni Mitchell

Berkeley Hall School

Nuha Ibrahim

Kathryn S. Ball

Brentwood School

Ralph Harrison (High)

Rita Pitakas-Hunter (Elementary)

Ibi Ossuetta (Middle)

Campbell Hall

Makala Williams (Elementary)

Amber Reese (Elementary)

Sybil Amuti (Middle)

Carlthorp

Rachel Adams

Dominique Molina

 

Chadwick

Ebony Brantley (Middle)

Lakeesha Alford (Middle)

Dr.Bola Akinnibosun (High)

Myah Smith (Middle)

Chandler School

Jhinezka Dancer (Elementary/Middle)

Chika Roulet (Elementary)

Christina Acker (Middle)

Jasmin Shupper (Elementary)

Alycia Brown (Elementary)

Children's Community School

Evelyn Sanchez

Brittani Fahy

Curtis School

Johnnetta Sanders

Tiffany Yeargin

Crossroads School

Brandy Brown (Middle)

Deniece Roahrig (Elementary)

Chitose Freeman (High)

Lelalois Beard (Middle)

Echo Horizon

Heather Primus

Flintridge Prep

Michelle Sullivan (High)

Jennifer Moore-Walker (High)

Flintridge Sacred Heart

Shanica Robertson

Geffen Academy at UCLA

Hellen Mugisa (High)
 

Harvard-Westlake

Marian Williams  (High)

Bobbie Jefferson (High)

**Crystal Lee Brown (Middle)

Marty Holly (Middle)

Tracey Ayeni (High)

Ashley Oaks (Middle)

Kirsten Brown-Neil (Middle)

Hollywood Schoolhouse

Tricia Bryan

Kent King Cardona

Richard King

Immaculate Heart

Irma Moyao

Anahata Chao

Adam Aberman
Karlene Rogers-Aberman
Chrislie Theus

C-J Mahoney

Alecia Grimes

International School of Los Angeles (Los Feliz)

Angélique Cinélu 

John Thomas Dye

Aminat George

Crystal James

The Waverly School

Brandi Polk

The Wesley School

Toi Bridges Smith

Alexandria Chapman

The Willows

Ronni Jackson

Artiera Hickman

Traevonn Johnson

Turning Point

Ebony Roberts

Anita Martin

Gina Gordon

UCLA Lab School

Jennifer Chatmon

Alicia Trent
Elaine Bradshaw

Viewpoint

Ramona Smart

Vistamar

Tammy Dickerson

Walden

Frances Saunders

Jason "Jay" Smith

Jay Brissette

Westerly School of Long Beach

Anita Cochran Morris

Westland

Tiffanee Mackey

Andre Riley
 

Westmark

Veronica Penn-Turner

Westridge School

Courtney Taylor

Westside Neighborhood School

Janelva Williams (Middle)

Alexandra Hinkel

Taunya Taylor

Dominique Gillis

Monique Ingram

Taylor Davis

Raphaella Lima

Tamara Benefield-Faulk

Wildwood School

Jann Johnson (Middle)

Myka Harris (Elementary)

Johnetta Sanders (High)

Cassandra Thompkins (High)

Tora Miller (High)

Windward School

Cori Morris

Woodland Hills Private School

Rupa Brooks

** Parent Ambassador Co-Chair

Laurence School

LaNee Griffin

Tanika Ray

Rochelle Poland

Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles

Hannah Bonaparte

Danielle Edwards

Carolina Carrasco
Brandon Ross

Los Encinos

Meena White

Marlborough

Angela Arnold-Brownlee

Rochelle Poland

Marymount High School

Mercedes Akounou

Doni Daniels 

Jannell Lundy Roberts

Victor Elizalde

Angela Arredondo

Mayfield Junior School

Christine Campbell

Mayfield High School

Rochelle Jefferson-Carey

Mirman

Monica McDowell

Jessica Curry

Notre Dame High School

Marie Peters
Yvonne Rose-Jackson

Oakwood School

Bernard Neto (Middle)

Billy Umar-Garba (High)

Ieshia Blakely (High School)

Park Century School

Heather Primus

Dana McPhall

PS1 Pluralistic School

Nancy Wamai

Teresa Lee


Polytechnic School

Trina Cundieff (High)

Rolling Hills Prep

Bridgitte Green (High)

Lakesha Wilson (Middle)

Meilan Carter-Gilkey (Middle)

Sierra Canyon

Monique Brooks (Elementary)

​Richard Cain (High)

Sequoyah

Ariell Ilunga

Luciana Lang Taylor

St. Elizabeth

**Katrina Jefferson

St. James' Episcopal School

Crystal Boateng

The Buckley School

** Aisha Powell

Vincent Jones (High)

Sabah El-Amin (Elementary)

Leslee Livingston-Murray (Middle)

Rick Rollins (Middle)

The Country School

Kirsten Brown-Neil

The Center for Early Education

Sol Garcia

Tara Perry

The Oaks School

Jess Hooper

The Village School

Brandi Redick

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