Michelle Marshall is an agent of change. As operations lead, Michelle brings more than 20 years of customer service experience and knowledge to support families working with Where Is My Land.
For nearly a decade, she has worked in Title I schools to close educational gaps for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds. Through advocating for parent choice and holistic approaches to teaching, Michelle has guided high-potential students away from the school-to-prison pipeline. She holds a master’s degree in general and special education.
Michelle’s heart has always been in service, and she stands with families to create generational wealth – so that Black people in America can build our own schools instead of waiting on change from a system that wasn’t built for us.
Kamala Miller-Lester is a native of Memphis, TN. Prior to joining Where Is My Land, she worked as an attorney for a major law firm in Washington, DC.
Kamala has previously worked as an adoption counselor for Tennessee Children’s Services, an associate at a law firm in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and as a Project Manager at SEIU. She served as a volunteer for the Election Protection Hotline and as a legal observer for social justice actions. Kamala holds a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Smith College, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Memphis, and a JD from The George Washington University.
Kamala is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, and is proficient in American Sign Language.
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