Richmond educator Dr. Laverne Spurlock speaks with Dr. Carmen Foster about the importance of Black history.
Dr. Carmen F. Foster has extensive professional experience in public, academic & museum administration, community outreach, nonprofit board leadership, organizational development & historical research. She holds an Ed.D. from the University of Virginia, MPA from Harvard University, M.S. in Communication from Clarion University and B.S. in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University. In addition to serving as a Project Consultant to the Teachers in the Movement Project, she also has participated in recent projects and presentations providing historical insights regarding Richmond’s African American neighborhoods, community heritage and segregated education system. She also serves as an adjunct faculty/facilitator at the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville to provide leadership education to federal senior executives.