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  Tampa Native Named Chief Of Staff At The Surge Institute
 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor
Recently, The Surge Institute wel- comed a Tampa native to serve as its Chief of Staff. Ms. Aeriell Robin- son, will collaborate with the Presi- dent, Board of Directors and staff to lead strategic planning, manage crit- ical projects for the organization and its President, coordinate board man- agement, and plan and manage sys- tems, structures, and processes in support of the Surge’s internal team.
She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked in school districts in Palm Beach County and Atlanta, GA Public Schools. She has also worked in the private sector.
Ms. Robinson said, “As Chief of Staff, I am ready to lead the work of the Strategic Plan that will take the Surge movement through 2024. And, as Surge celebrates its five-year
of Ms. Vanderlyn E. Brown and Joe Robinson. Ms. Robinson earned her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Central Florida and her Master’s Degree from the Uni- versity of Florida in Industrial Engi- neering.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Education Leadership from the Broad Center for the Management of School Systems. She is also the founder and president of Sharp Ex-
change Consulting, where she has worked to guide and support dis- tricts and non-profit organizations across the country seeking to effect positive change.
“I truly believe all students de- serve access to a high quality educa- tion, regardless of their zip code. I‘m inspired by the hope education brings and look forward to the mean- ingful work that transforms out- comes for kids,” she said.
    AERIELL ROBINSON New Chief Of Staff At The Surge Institute
anniversary, I’m excited to be a part of supporting and expanding the growth trajectory.”
“I’m excited to join a team that not only supports this, but is focused on elevating and educating leaders of color to do just that,” she said.
Ms. Robinson is the daughter
 Food Distribution
While “Caring for Elders and Families,” No Greater Love Church will dis- tribute food boxes on Sunday, December 20, 2020, 12-2 p. m. The boxes will include meats, fruits, vegetables and dairy.
The drive-thru pick-up location is 3015 S. 78th St., Tampa (33619). Rev. Larry J. Mouton, Jr. is the pastor.

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