Do Right Men 2008: Gerren Price

HOME BASE: Washington, D.C. PROFESSION: Chancellor’s Representative, Washington, D.C., Public Schools DOING RIGHT: While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, this quiet man-about-town ran a mentoring program for young men with whom he still keeps in contact through weekly check-ins. He also teaches a Saturday school program for sixth- and seventh-grade boys in D.C. “When I was growing up, I benefited from having positive males in my life who encouraged me. That support made all the difference in my life. I wanted to give that back to others.”
ESSENCE.COM Aug, 28, 2008

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HOME BASE: Washington, D.C.
PROFESSION: Chancellor’s Representative, Washington, D.C., Public Schools
DOING RIGHT: While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, this quiet man-about-town ran a mentoring program for young men with whom he still keeps in contact through weekly check-ins. He also teaches a Saturday school program for sixth- and seventh-grade boys in D.C. “When I was growing up, I benefited from having positive males in my life who encouraged me. That support made all the difference in my life. I wanted to give that back to others.”

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HOME BASE: Washington, D.C.
PROFESSION: Chancellor’s Representative, Washington, D.C., Public Schools
DOING RIGHT: While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, this quiet man-about-town ran a mentoring program for young men with whom he still keeps in contact through weekly check-ins. He also teaches a Saturday school program for sixth- and seventh-grade boys in D.C. “When I was growing up, I benefited from having positive males in my life who encouraged me. That support made all the difference in my life. I wanted to give that back to others.”

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HOME BASE: Washington, D.C.
PROFESSION: Chancellor’s Representative, Washington, D.C., Public Schools
DOING RIGHT: While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, this quiet man-about-town ran a mentoring program for young men with whom he still keeps in contact through weekly check-ins. He also teaches a Saturday school program for sixth- and seventh-grade boys in D.C. “When I was growing up, I benefited from having positive males in my life who encouraged me. That support made all the difference in my life. I wanted to give that back to others.”

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HOME BASE: Washington, D.C.
PROFESSION: Chancellor’s Representative, Washington, D.C., Public Schools
DOING RIGHT: While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, this quiet man-about-town ran a mentoring program for young men with whom he still keeps in contact through weekly check-ins. He also teaches a Saturday school program for sixth- and seventh-grade boys in D.C. “When I was growing up, I benefited from having positive males in my life who encouraged me. That support made all the difference in my life. I wanted to give that back to others.”

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HOME BASE: Washington, D.C.
PROFESSION: Chancellor’s Representative, Washington, D.C., Public Schools
DOING RIGHT: While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, this quiet man-about-town ran a mentoring program for young men with whom he still keeps in contact through weekly check-ins. He also teaches a Saturday school program for sixth- and seventh-grade boys in D.C. “When I was growing up, I benefited from having positive males in my life who encouraged me. That support made all the difference in my life. I wanted to give that back to others.”