Stout is proud to announce that Jesse R. Morton, Southeast Forensic Services Leader for the Dispute Consulting group, has been appointed Vice Chair of Communities in Schools of Atlanta’s (CISA) Board of Directors. Jesse has been involved with the organization for five years and a member of the Board of Directors for over four. In addition to serving as the Board Vice Chair, Jesse will continue to serve on the Finance Committee and Board Governance Committee.
Jesse also recently traveled to Washington, D.C. with the organization’s CEO, Director of Development & Communications, a Site Coordinator, and five of CISA’s students to tour the White House, Supreme Court, National Museum of African American History & Culture, and meet Rep. John Lewis’s staff. You can learn more about the trip in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Press Release.
About Communities in Schools of Atlanta (CISA)
CISA, established in 1972, is the nation’s first, largest and most effective dropout prevention organization, dedicated to doing whatever it takes to help students succeed in school and achieve in life. Operating in more than 62 schools, mainly in Atlanta Public Schools, as well as Clayton County Public Schools, DeKalb County Schools and Fulton County Schools, CIS of Atlanta supports more than 36,000 students and their families each year. Based directly inside the schools, CIS of Atlanta connects students and their families to basic and critical educational and community-based resources, tailored to each student’s specific needs. To learn more, visit CISAtlanta.org.