SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Location: Virtual TBA
The Educators Serving the Community Awards
The Educators Serving the Community Awards (a.k.a. The EduSerc Awards) is a national red carpet, black-tie ceremony & fundraiser (hosted like the Emmys or the Oscars) that honors the great educational achievements of individuals, educators, organizations and companies and promotes a positive image for educators around the globe.
Congratulations to the 2018 EduSerc Award Winners!!!
We are very proud of all of our nominees and winners this year! This year's winners are (left to right):
Educator Serving the Community Award - Individual
Holy Trinity: An Episcopal School
Educator Industry Award - Entertainment/The Arts
Maricopa County Regional School District (Ernest Rose)
Educator Serving the Community Award - School District
The Clarion Call (Janice Liggins)
Educator Serving the Community Award - Nonprofit
Katea Stitt, WPFW Radio
Educator Industry Award - Journalism
Mistress of Ceremonies / Hostess
Pauline Rose Moore, “The Creative Activator”, is a “Modern Day Renaissance Woman” and new addition to the WPFW 89.3 FM family, where she hosts "SunRise Meditations" each Sunday from 4-6AM. She has earned several professional degrees, including a Master of Divinity of Religion from the Howard University School of Divinity and an MA in Counseling from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She is a CML and Sexual Abuse Survivor, Adult Foster and Adoptee, Award-Nominated Author, a Veteran and Airman in the US Air Force Reserves for 11+ years and has been an ASL Interpreter for 13+ years;
Pauline is committed to serving and advocating for the oppressed. Pauline is an International John Maxwell Team Coach, Speaker, Teacher & and CEO of Foster Youth Can, Inc. and Rose Moore Press Publishing. When Pauline isn’t legacy building for her community, she is creating memories and legacy building with her amazing husband Duane for her two handsome sons, Elijah and Isaac in Maryland.
With some of the hottest talent in the local area, The EduSerc Awards is proud to announce the following special guests and performing artists for this year's ceremony:
Temika Moore (Inspirational Soul Recording Artist & Songwriter)
Jeho (Independent Artist, Songwriter & Dancer)
Jenevieve Lettsome (Violinist)
Kenny Roberts, Regional Development Manager
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)
As a special guest and presenter with the EduSerc Awards, Roberts works closely with an array of stakeholders throughout the organization particularly those in the following states: New York, California and Texas.
EduSerc Awards Nominees
Individuals, Organizations and Schools
Originally from the island of Chute in Micronesia, Bartol led many districts to successfully implement healthy change and healthy relationships in places that are challenging.
Holy Trinity is an Episcopal School in Prince George's County, MD, where their bands have gained a reputation as one of the premier middle school music programs in Prince George’s County.
Amber Wingfield-Loftin is a graduate from Livingstone College with a BS in Mathematics, and went on to earn her M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction with a Minor in Mathematics, and now is in the dissertation phase of her doctoral degree in higher educational leadership.
Ernest Rose, Superintendent of the Maricopa County School District is an educational visionary who has implemented innovative processes to promote a complete learning community of parents, students and teachers throughout his career.
Theresa is the principal of Crossland High School; an urban comprehensive IB school with a technical academy that includes HVAC, C principal of Crossland High School an urban comprehensive IB school with a technical academy that includes HVAC, Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Masonry, Barbering, Nursing, Auto Mechanics, Electrical, and Project Lead the Way.
The Clarion Call Clarion engages youth and their families as well as complimentary nonprofit organizations in a collaborative effort to stem the flow of youth toward an antiquated judicial system.