For nearly two decades, Michael Fletcher ’03 has been committed to providing access to high quality education to youth in historically under-resourced communities. His work with educational nonprofits, coupled with his experience in student support services and current role in human capital management, has allowed Michael to study the education sector from several vantage points. Michael currently serves the Director of Human Resources for Marion P. Thomas Charter School in Newark, N.J., the largest African-American lead independent charter schools in the state of New Jersey. Previously, he served as the Manager, Recruitment and Staffing for Camden City School District and Talent Recruitment Specialist for the Connecticut Department of Education. He serves on the board of the Marion P. Thomas Charter School Foundation, is an alumnus of Education Pioneers and the Emerging Human Capital Leaders Initiative, and is a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a certificate in African-American Studies from Princeton University and a master’s degree in education leadership, policy and management from Seton Hall University.