Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness

Dr. Luvelle Brown's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 7, Special Series, Superintendents Who Love Outrageously, Part 3 of 4

October 20, 2020 Dr, Hollie Season 1 Episode 7
Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Dr. Luvelle Brown's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 7, Special Series, Superintendents Who Love Outrageously, Part 3 of 4
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Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Dr. Luvelle Brown's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 7, Special Series, Superintendents Who Love Outrageously, Part 3 of 4
Oct 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
Dr, Hollie

What is the connection among Meg Thee Stallion, showing outrageous love virtually versus in person, born and raised in Virginia but living in Ithaca (of all places),  the struggles of leading a district courageously and unapologetically Black, being a lifelong reader and lover of comic books, and an unsolved murder mystery? Find out in this suspense-filled, action-packed episode. We are continuing the special series on featuring superintendent's who love outrageously. This month,  Dr. Luvelle Brown, Superintendent of Ithaca Schools, shares his incredible journey to cultural responsiveness - culturally rich, thought-provoking, and a bit of bromance with Dr. Brown and Dr. Hollie.  Luvelle is an internationally recognized leader in equity and leadership, specializing in working with superintendents and school boards. He is an author/speaker as well. HIs book, Culture of Love: Cultivating a Positive and Transformational Organizational Culture, is a best seller. Check out LuvelleBrown.com.  As with every episode, Dr. Hollie will provide an opportunity  for us to affirm ourselves and give us his two cents on all matters related to cultural responsiveness. 

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What is the connection among Meg Thee Stallion, showing outrageous love virtually versus in person, born and raised in Virginia but living in Ithaca (of all places),  the struggles of leading a district courageously and unapologetically Black, being a lifelong reader and lover of comic books, and an unsolved murder mystery? Find out in this suspense-filled, action-packed episode. We are continuing the special series on featuring superintendent's who love outrageously. This month,  Dr. Luvelle Brown, Superintendent of Ithaca Schools, shares his incredible journey to cultural responsiveness - culturally rich, thought-provoking, and a bit of bromance with Dr. Brown and Dr. Hollie.  Luvelle is an internationally recognized leader in equity and leadership, specializing in working with superintendents and school boards. He is an author/speaker as well. HIs book, Culture of Love: Cultivating a Positive and Transformational Organizational Culture, is a best seller. Check out LuvelleBrown.com.  As with every episode, Dr. Hollie will provide an opportunity  for us to affirm ourselves and give us his two cents on all matters related to cultural responsiveness.