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Rachel Burg Belin

Director of Development

Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

HQ Phone:  (859) 233-9849

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Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

271 West Short Street, Suite 202

Lexington, Kentucky,40507

United States

Company Description

The Prichard Committee provides an independent citizens' voice advocating for improved education for all Kentuckians. In doing so, we help set the agenda for education improvement. To deliver on our mission, we: Research key education issues from early child...more

Background Information

Employment History

Policy Director for State Treasurer

Kentucky , Inc.


Affiliations

Central Kentucky Jewish Federation

Board Member


Jewish Federation of the Bluegrass Inc

Board Member


Education

University of Rochester


B.A.

Harvard College


Web References(42 Total References)


Staff | Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

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Rachel Belin
Rachel Belin Student Voice Team Director Email Rachel 859-233-9849 x233 Rachel's Bio Rachel joined staff as director of development in 2004 and became founding director of the committee's Student Voice Team in 2014. She has 30 years of experience as a high school teacher and youth development leader in Massachusetts, New York, Florida and Kentucky. In the course of this work, she has spearheaded a number of media ventures to amplify and elevate student voice on education issues, including initiatives that garnered Peabody and regional Emmy awards. Rachel is a graduate of Harvard College with an MAT from University of Rochester.


Videos & Photos from 2013 Prichard Committee Spring Meeting | Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

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The Case for Student Integration at the Prichard Committee presented by the Prichard Committee's Student Voice Team and Facilitated by Rachel Belin (45 minutes)


» Meet Our Team

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Rachel Belin
Rachel Burg Belin is the founding director of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team an initiative that elevates the voices of Kentucky youth on the classroom impact of education policies and supports students as partners in improving Kentucky schools. Among other accomplishments, the group introduced and advanced HB 236, legislation to change Kentucky state law to add a student to the superintendent screening committees; engaged students in a statewide campaign to restore school funding to pre-recessionary level; and led an investigation into some of the challenges making postsecondary transitions inequitable. Rachel first came to the Prichard Committee in 2002 as the development director after serving as policy director for the Kentucky state treasurer. She was drawn to the Prichard Committee by its national reputation for engaging citizens in education policy. As a certified high school teacher, Rachel taught social studies and the Facing History and Ourselves civic-engagement curriculum which uses the Holocaust as the central case study in New York, Florida and Kentucky classrooms and has spent over three decades working with young people outside the schools to use the media to amplify their voices in public life. Inspired first by her experience as a middle-school-aged reporter for the then nationally-syndicated Children's Express news service, Rachel has since launched and led a series of student-voice-oriented initiatives in a variety of contexts. She spearheaded Boston's Youth Voice Collaborative, which trained teams of urban youth as political reporters for the Democratic and Republican National Conventions; Kid Company News, a Peabody-Award-Winning radio feature featuring youth journalists that aired for six years on WBZ-AM; and the Youth News Team, consisting of Central Kentucky teens and parents which produced two regional Emmy-Award-winning public radio series based on original education policy research. Rachel received a B.A. from Harvard College and an M.A.T. from the University of Rochester.


What You Can Do | Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

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Consider becoming a member of the Student Voice Team by contacting director, Rachel Belin, at rbelin@prichardcommittee.org.
Share your thoughts about education issues by submitting an article to Voices from the Front: A Student Voice Forum at submissions@studentvoiceforum.org.


» Student Voice Team

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September 15, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information Contact: Brigitte Blom Ramsey, Executive Director 859-233-9849 Rachel Belin, Student Voice Team Director 859-233-9849 Prichard Student Voice Team receives support for college-ready work LEXINGTON, Ky. - A $40,000 grant from the State Farm Youth Advisory Board will support work by the Prichard Committee's Student Voice Team to [...]
Special to the Louisville Courier-Journal by: Rachel Belin Feb. 6, 2015 "For years, while mobilizing parents and civic business leaders to push for better Kentucky schools, the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence had considered the idea of including students in its work.


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