Additions to Advisory Board: Project RACE and The Multiracial Advocacy Blog
We are very pleased to announce two new members of our advisory board. They are both remarkable women who have made many contributions to multiracial families. Please help welcome Kelly Baldwin and Cherrye S. Vasquez, PhD.
Kelly Baldwin earned her MBA and worked in athlete representation, sports marketing, and as a motivational speech writer before deciding to stay home to raise her three wonderful multiracial children and on make a difference in causes that are important to her. She was introduced to Project RACE when her eldest daughter, Kayci became president of Project RACE Teens in 2006. In addition to multiracial advocacy, Kelly and her husband of 23 years Keith reside in New Jersey and are active in ministry and are project coordinators with HOPE worldwide, overseeing several U.S. service projects as well as serving in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti.
Cherrye S. Vasquez is a public school administrator and an adjunct professor. She is a Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum & Instruction; a Master of Education in Special Education; and a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Pathology/Audiology. Vasquez specializes in Multi-cultural education and holds certifications in Early Childhood Handicapped, Mid-Management and Educational Diagnostician. Vasquez spends time writing and marketing her books that center on her platform topics: Diversity and Bullying issues along with managing her business: Books That Sow: Strength, Character & Diversity, DBA She lives in Houston with her husband, Roy and her daughter, Kelly.