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Tino Bernadett Supports CCEJ Roots of Justice Breakfast & Convening for Community Equity

Dr. Bernadett looks forward to being a sponsor of the upcoming CCEJ Breakfast and Convening scheduled for March 8, 2024, in Long Beach, CA. A day of learning, dialogue, and reflection will unite people in pursuing a fair and equitable community. This event extends the tradition of CCEJs annual community breakfast, fostering unity among individuals of diverse identities with a shared vision for an inclusive community.  


The Bernadett family has long supported the California Conference for Equality and Justice because its mission aligns closely with the goals of Dr. Faustino Bernadett and his wife, Dr. Martha Molina Bernadett. They share a vision of offering everyone service, education, and a secure learning environment, regardless of their family's financial circumstances. This alignment is evident as the CCEJ mission is focused on empowering individuals, both youth and adults, to drive change for equity and justice in communities.  


Breakfast Keynote Speaker: Dr. Anthony Ocampo  


Anthony Christian Ocampo, Ph.D., Sociology Professor at Cal Poly Pomona, is a renowned author featured in NPR, NBC News, and the LA Times. Academic Director, podcast co-host, and contributor to GQ and BuzzFeed. Recipient of fellowships from Ford Foundation and others. Featured in Netflix's "White Hot" documentary. He was raised in Northeast Los Angeles and holds degrees from Stanford University and UCLA.  


Afternoon Keynote Speaker: Sterling De Sutter Summerville  


Sterling, a seasoned professional with a diverse background in Africa, Asia, and Europe, is the Founding Director at De Sutter Summerville Consulting (DSSC), specializing in Inclusion Strategy. With over a decade of experience in Education, technology, and nonprofits, he holds a Master's in Education from the University of Cincinnati. Sterling actively contributes to the professional landscape, creating a LinkedIn Learning Course ('Creating Safe Spaces for Tough Conversations') with 30,000+ learners. Beyond consulting, he engages in mentorship, writing, and student involvement.  


About the CCEJ   


Founded in 2005, CCEJ emerged as an independent nonprofit following the closure of NCCJs national office. It consolidated the chapters from Long Beach, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego, extending its impact to thousands annually across Southern California and the United States. Your support for this remarkable organization and its CCEJ's Breakfast and Convening event, recognizing outstanding contributors to equality and justice in Southern California, is crucial. 


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