Alex Lee and the Story of Education (#103)

Released Monday, 11th November 2019
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Alex Lee spent more than 20 years as a storyteller for a public system. As the Executive Director of Communications for Kalamazoo Public Schools, Alex was instrumental in telling the story of the Kalamazoo Promise, among many other great stories. In addition to that career, Alex spent a few years in communications for the United States Navy – specifically on the radio airwaves.
Alex has been telling stories his whole life, and now that he’s out of education he does it for a small village in Southwest Michigan, where everything from a massive development (The Mill at Vicksburg) to small town legislature and more is part of his daily storytelling.
“The story of education is individual students, in their challenges, in their backgrounds… so the story of education should be your success stories.” - Alex Lee on story in education.
Connect with Alex:
Village of Vicksburg, Michigan Website
Vicksburg on Facebook
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38m 30s
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