NAACP honors Educators
The NAACP has been honoring exceptional women who have changed lives and history for many years. The Ventura County NAACP and the Women in the NAACP (WIN) will hold their Community Educator’s Award celebration on June 28, at 9:30 am, at the Courtyard Marriott located at 600 East Esplanade Drive.
WIN will be honoring six women at this event. The honorees are the following educators: Dr. Irene Pinkard, Educator (retired), former Mayor Pro Tem; Dr. Jamillah Moore, Chancellor of Ventura County Community College District; Mexie Duff, Oxnard School District (retired); Patricia Bass, Assistant Principal, Simi Valley High School; Nesta Campbell, Program Specialist, Oxnard Elementary School District; and Cassandria Slay, Director, NAACP Saturday School.
WIN’s embracing theme is “Outstretched Hands and Open Hearts to Women and Children”. WIN is a National Committee of the NAACP that recognizes and values women as visionaries and leaders who exemplify the hard work, dedication and commitment to women of color. Ventura County WIN honors and celebrates the achievements and success of women educators for their dedication to educating youth in our community.