Families, school communities, and alumni impacting change for all studentsNominate a Charter Champion
Tamika Bradley is an Achievement First Brownsville parent advocate.
Tamika been a parent advocate for years, hosted phone banks in her home, has spoken at press conferences alongside Assembly Member Marcos Crespo and State Senator Jeff Klein, and has been featured in the "News & Updates section.
Tamika’s has shared her story across many platforms and called on her elected leaders to treat all public schools fairly.
Fatimah Barker is the principal of Achievement First East New York Middle School.
Fatimah was the emcee of the Path to Possible parent march, where she spoke to a crowd of 25,000 parents and activists. She also spoke to education reform organizers at a Families for Excellent Schools retreat.
Fatimah has inspired thousands of New Yorkers to fight for education equality for all kids, no matter their zip code.
Sharita Moore-Willis is a parent leader from the Bronx, and her daughter attends Girls Prep Lower East Side.
Sharita spoke at the Path to Possible rally, has attended multiple Albany days, press conferences, leadership academies, school tours, and hearings. She has also been featured on in "News & Updates" section.
Sharita has inspired thousands of parents, activists, and elected leaders to join the fight for public charter school students in New York City.
Jemeice Bloomfield is a Coney Island Prep parent. Her son, Pheron, goes to CIP High School in Brooklyn, NY.
Jemeice worked with dozens of parents to write letters asking the Mayor to provide public space for charter school students. She has shared her story in front of thousands of charter school educators and multiple elected officials.
Jemeice's work around space has resulted in print and online media coverage, ensuring that the Mayor is held accountable for providing charter school children with the space they deserve.