Commemorate Black History & Culture: The Historical Value of Education

Feb 01, 06:41 AM
The first episode of four commemorating Black History & Culture hosted by Ujamaa Place CEO Otis Zanders, feature community leaders covering issues that impact the quality of life in the African American community.  Community leader Mary K. Boyd, Founder/CEO of MKB & Associates discuss the cultural value of education.
Guest Bio: 
Mary K. Murray Boyd is President and CEO of MKB & Associates, Inc., an education and human services consulting business. Ms. Boyd has extensive experience in management, leadership, communications and coalition building, serving in a variety of roles professionally and in the Saint Paul community.

She held several positions in the Saint Paul Public Schools beginning as a teacher’s aide and retiring in 2001 as an Area Superintendent. Since retiring from Saint Paul Public schools, Boyd has served in three interim positions, Manager of Ramsey County Child Protection, Director of Ramsey County Community Human Services Department’s Family and Children’s Services Division and Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Hamline University. She has served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of St. Thomas and at the University of Minnesota.