Baton Rouge Alliance for Students Announces 2023-24 CHANGEMAKERS

The Baton Rouge Alliance for Students today announced the selection of twenty-nine participants for its new class of CHANGEMAKERS, who will become education advocates and leaders in Baton Rouge.
Representing the corporate, nonprofit, and public sectors, the CHANGEMAKERS will collaborate with local education leaders over a ten-month period. The selected individuals will engage in an in-depth exploration of the Baton Rouge education ecosystem, visiting local schools and interacting with national and local education policymakers. Their work will focus on understanding and addressing key issues facing the city’s K-12 education landscape.
The following participants have been selected for the 2023-24 CHANGEMAKERS class:

  • Renee Antoine
  • Dave Baxter
  • Courtney Bell
  • Danielle Brown
  • Chelsea Brumfield 
  • Eboni Buchanan
  • Hunter Chauvin
  • Lizzie Cosse
  • Rory Denicola
  • Adrian Deschamp
  • Brandon Dumas
  • Donald Dunbar, Jr.
  • Crystal Ellis
  • Brad French
  • Amos Gibson
  • Melvin Hollins
  • Justin Hutchinson
  • DeJunne’ Clark Jackson
  • Anna Johnson
  • Nick Miller
  • Patrick Mulhearn 
  • Antoinette Patterson
  • Katie Pryor
  • Luz Randolph
  • Jeremy Robicheaux
  • Cory Stewart
  • Leslie Triche 
  • Amanda Vincent
  • Chloe Wiley

The CHANGEMAKERS program supports the Baton Rouge Alliance for Students’ core values of empowering families, elevating community, and engaging leaders. The CHANGEMAKERS program reflects the organization’s commitment to unlocking each child’s potential and strengthening Baton Rouge’s education system.
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