Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren will be among the panelists at the American Federation of Children’s Policy Summit this week.
The AFC National Policy Summit is an annual conference bringing together policymakers, advocates, and leading business and media figures to discuss issues centered on educational choice and education reform around the country.
The conference, which concludes Wednesday in Florida, includes speeches, panels and networking events to advocate for educational choice and bring additional educational options to children nationwide.
Warren will join Adrian Fenty, former mayor of Washington, D.C., and Jason Kloth, deputy mayor of education of Indianapolis, for a panel discussion on education and mayoral leadership. The event will be moderated by AFC Executive Council Kevin P. Chavous.