Fred Kingston's Session Is Available Until Friday, February 15 @ 05 PM EST
After graduating from Johns Hopkins University in 2003, Fred Kingston started his career as a high school teacher on Navajo tribal lands in northwest New Mexico. In 2006 he moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington’s School of Social work where he studied child welfare and earned his masters’ degree.
His first job out of grad school was as a CPS investigator with Washington State’s Children’s Administration. Subsequently, he served as the Director of Youth Programs at The Mockingbird Society, an innovative advocacy organization focused on improving the WA state child welfare system, for six years. He now works at the College Success Foundation where he manages programs that support students from foster care succeed in college.
Find out more about him and his work at https://www.collegesuccessfoundation.org
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