Davion Lewis

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Executive Director, Latin College Prep Charter School

Atlanta, Georgia

Davion Lewis is the incoming executive director at Latin College Prep Charter School in East Point Fulton County, Georgia not too far outside of the Atlanta city limits. He recently served as the deputy director of partnerships at New Classrooms Innovation Partners where he managed its program implementation across eight school districts, in seven different cities. Mr. Lewis has over a decade of experience working in education, and youth and community development, and has done so with private, non-profit, and governmental agencies. He’s been a teacher, coach, school administrator and consultant with organizations such as the New York City Department of Education, Achievement First Schools and KIPP Schools. He is the founder and principal consultant at Lewis Consulting Services, which provides charter schools and other non-profits agencies with a variety of design, implementation, technical assistance and other support services. A native of Jamaica, Mr. Lewis earned his bachelor of arts degree form Bethune-Cookman University, and his master of business administration degree from Clayton State University.

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