Archives: BES Fellows

Nilesh Patel

Nilesh Patel (he/him/his) had the importance of education instilled in him at a young age. His grandparents and

Stephanie Love, Ed.D.

“As a product of Fort Worth public schools, I am an example of the transformational power of education.

Brenda Jones, Ed.D.

“As a first-generation high-school graduate, it took me until my freshman year of college to realize that the

Charles Stanley, Jr.

Throughout his career, Charles Stanley, Jr. (he/him/his) has seen few Black men running charter management organizations. “The reimagining

Nolan McDaniel, J.D.

Nolan McDaniel, J.D. (he/him/his) was drawn to education from a young age after watching his mother’s work with

Alana Jenkins

Alana Jenkins (she/her/hers) finds her heritage in Gullah, an indigenous African American culture. In Gullah, the proverb “mus