Michael Walker is the Director of Post-Secondary Success with the See Forever Foundation/Maya Angelou Public Charter Schools. Michael’s primary areas of responsibility are supporting the charter campuses’ college and career readiness programs; and establishing and maintaining the organizational relationships that provide postsecondary opportunities for our graduates and alumni. His previous positions include Technology Director and Dean of Students with SFF/MAPCS, Behavior Coach with DCPS under the DC-State Improvement Grant and Academic Coordinator with the TRIO Upward Bound programs at both the University of Maryland College Park and Prince George’s Community College. Michael received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Criminal Justice and African-American Studies in 1997 and his Master’s in Educational Administration from Trinity University in Washington, DC in 2006. He is a hard luck Philadelphia sports fan, and married with two children and a beagle.
Domonique Johnson joined Maya Angelou in August 2015 as the Alumni
Support Coordinator for the Charter Public School. Prior to joining
the Post-Secondary team, Domonique worked as a Student and Family
Support Coordinator under the College Prep and Post-Secondary Support
department at Tenacity, Inc– a tennis and literacy program serving
low income students of the Boston Metro area. Additionally, she has
provided therapeutic services to youth and young adults in clinical
settings. Domonique received her BA in Child Development and American
Studies from Tufts University. She then went on to complete her
clinical graduate studies at Boston College School of Social Work, for
a Masters in the Child, Youth and Family cluster.
Courtney Wright joined Maya Angelou in August 2015 as the Post-Secondary Success Coordinator for the Young Adult Learning Center. Prior to joining to Maya Angelou, Courtney worked for Urban Alliance as the Program Coordinator of the Junior Business Program, a life skills and workforce development program for high school juniors. Additionally, she has designed and facilitated education programs for teachers and youth in Chicago, Nashville, Washington,DC, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Malawi, where she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Courtney received her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and English from Vanderbilt University and her M.A in International Training and Education from American University with a focus on Non-Formal Education Program Design for Underserved Populations.