The Breakfast of Champions is an annual event that was established 14 years ago to honor outstanding contributors to quality afterschool and summer learning programs in our community. Individuals are recognized in the following categories: Policy Maker, Funder, Partner, Quality Advocate, Collaborator, Staff Member, Youth, and Parent Engagement.
Nominations now closed
Each year, we select a theme for the event that demonstrates the work we are currently undertaking to increase access to high quality programs. Attending the Breakfast of Champions this year will be providers; policy-makers; city, county, and district administrators; and our champions.
Program includes breakfast, keynote speaker, updates on LATT work across Central Texas and a call to action for youth development providers.
Register Here :http://events.eventzilla.net/e/breakfast-of-champions-2138885573
Jeff received his Bachelor’s degree from Jackson State University, where he was selected as an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow allowing him to study at Carnegie-Mellon University and Harvard University. Jeff then came to Austin where he attended the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs graduating with his Master’s in Public Administration.
Jeff has been a leader in social and economic justice, education, labor, youth development, affordability, the environment, and overall quality of life issues. While serving on the 2011 Travis County Bond Committee, he led the effort to fund more than 50 road improvement projects in Northeast Travis County. Jeff puts people first and fights to ensure everyone’s voices are heard—and will carry that with him as a County Commissioner.