Khary Golden serves as the Director of the Center for College Access at the LEAP Academy University Charter High School in Camden, NJ, where he has helped the institution to build a legacy of 100% graduation and college placement, helping graduating seniors garner acceptances from Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, Georgetown University, and numerous other prestigious top-tier institutions. Khary has spent the majority of his life living and working in the city of Camden, and he attended both Morehouse College and Rutgers University, where he graduated with a Bachelors in Political Science and a Master’s in Public Policy and Administration, with a concentration in Education Leadership from Rutgers. Khary is happily married to his wife, Anjulie Williams, who is a Literacy Coach for Mastery Charter Schools in Philadelphia, PA.
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Marchelle Roberts attended LEAP Academy from fourth grade until graduating high school in June 2008. Ms. Roberts went on to attend Temple University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism in 2013. After graduating from Temple, Ms. Roberts came back to Camden and worked at the Center for Family Services where she had a hand in implementing the Promise Neighborhood Initiative for Cooper Plaza residents. Ms. Roberts is now back home at LEAP Academy where she is a Senior Program Administrator with the Center for College Access.
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Contact information: P. 856-614-3292 ext. 3235 | firstname.lastname@example.orgBradley Fenelus, Program Associate,
In 2010 Mr. Fenelus started his work in education at the Early Learning Research Academy as an AmeriCorps volunteer and joined the LEAP community in 2012. He studied Urban Studies and Economics at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at Camden. Bradley’s professional interests focus on enriching the educational experience and advocating on behalf of our scholars as they progress through school.
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