Future Black Educators

What is the Future Black Educators for?

Future Black Educators (FBE) is an organization geared towards African American students who have potential and the desire to teach the next generation of students. It offers current Ed majors;

  • Preparation for the GACE through tutoring, pretesting, and peer mentoring practices.
  • Access to guided lesson plan workshops and speaker events.
  • Mentorship and tutoring opportunities for local high school and middle school students.
  • Connections with students of color that share similar interests, dreams, and experiences.

Future Black Educators strives to positively impact and shape the lives of the world’s future leaders by equipping them with the necessary tools, knowledge, and resources to be the best they can be in order to leave their respective communities better than they found them.

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FBE bylaws



Jaden Rogers



Jaden Rogers

Tytianna Wilkins

(Vice President)


Tytianna Wilkins

Michael Addison, Jr.




Kamyia Smith

(Social Media Chair)


Kamyia Smith

Raynell Taylor

(Membership Chair)


Raynell Taylor

Jakalin Bryant

(Community Engagement Chair)



Chyna Smith



Chyna Smith

For more information, please contact our advisors:

eugene asola

Eugene Asola, Ph.D
efasola@valdosta.edu  229.333.7148
Room 1111, P.E. Complex

Laurelle Davis

Laurelle Davis, M.A.
laureldavis@valdosta.edu 229.333.5636
Room 2111, Education Center