Chase Mitchell

Classroom Culture Founder | Educator in Washington, DC

Chase Mitchell

Classroom Culture Founder | Educator in Washington, DC

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CHASE-MITCHELL has worked in the nonprofit sector under the education umbrella for over fifteen years in the capacity of director of programs, charter school advocate, and recruiter. During these years Ms.Chase-Mitchell has implemented the No Child Left Behind Act via innovative programming in New York City with BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) and TASC (The After School Cooperation). She is currently a middle school special education language arts teacher and has also written a children's book entitled “Mommy and Me” highlighting positive relationships between a mother and her daughter.

Ms. Chase-Mitchell is a Doctoral Candidate at Northeastern University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Adelphi University, a Master of Arts in Urban Policy from The City University of New York, and a Masters of Arts in Special Education from The George Washington University.

Additional professional commitments for Ms. Chase-Mitchell include being the co-founder of www.whythesunrises.com, which is an international initiative to showcase the faces and stories of women in education. She also serves as the VP of Membership for YEP DC http://www.youngedprofessionals.org/ .

In 2014, Chase Mitchell founded Classroom Culture- where creativity and collaboration lead to action in education. Classroom Culture works with education and social service advocates by managing large scale projects, providing networking opportunities, and hosting speaking engagements to bring awareness to issues in education.

  • Work
    • Arlington Public Schools
  • Education
    • The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development
    • Northeastern University