The Fund for Educational Excellence, a nonprofit working to ensure all children in Baltimore City Public Schools experience an effective and equitable education, elected three new members to its board of directors: Dora Daniel, Neill Thupari and Russell Moore.
Daniel is founder and principal of LiveWorkLearn, an HR Consulting Firm focused on performance improvement and organizational effectiveness. She brings to the board a strong expertise in HR, a support of Baltimore and City Schools, and a personal understanding of the power of a quality public education. Dora’s volunteer efforts focus on literacy and the development of girls, including serving as a reading tutor for Baltimore’s Reading Partners program and a member/consultant with Girl Scouts of the USA.
Thupari is an attorney at DLA Piper and co-chairs the Baltimore Office’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. A long time supporter of the school district and son of a City Schools educator, Neill understands that a strong education and school system can serve as the foundation for improving communities in Baltimore. Previously, Neill worked with the NextGen Network of the Family Tree of Maryland.
Moore is managing director of supply chain at Accenture. A returning Fund for Educational Excellence board member, Russell’s experience teaching in Houston through Teach for America has solidified his commitment to educational reform and ensuring an excellent education for all students.
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