Glendover Elementary School Site-Based Decision Making Council Meet our Minority representation candidates
Kenneth R. Jones
Kenneth R. Jones is the father of Kenneth Wesley Jones, a first grader (2019-20) at Glendover Elementary School. His professional life includes working as a University of Kentucky Professor in the Department of Community and Leadership Development. His professional interests include research and program evaluation in the areas of youth civic engagement and mentoring. He is also active in the community, serving in several ministries at his church and as Director of Educational Activities for the Alpha Beta Lambda Education Foundation (a non-profit entity established by the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Alumni Chapter in Lexington). Through the ABL Education Foundation, he leads efforts that focus on mentoring and literacy among elementary school students, written communication skill development among middle schoolers and social responsibility/leadership among teens.
My name is Pascal Okoloba Musongo. I am African. I was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on the thirtieth of April, 1974. In 1997, I finished my studies in Biology and Chemistry at the college Saint Boniface and in 2002, I obtained my university degree at the University of Lubumbashi in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Education and Communication, with regard to philosophy.
From 2002 to 2006 I was in business, and from December 2007 until January 2018 I worked in the civil service of the Congolese State in the Financial Regie, in charge of revenues from state and judicial taxes and participations.
On February 12, 2018 I arrived in the USA by means of the Visa of the Green Card Lottery. I am married to Lilianne Musongo and father of 4 boys, 3 of whom are studying at Glendover Elementary School.
Elections for a minority representative for the 2019-2020 SBDM Council
will be held 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Tuesday, August 27; Wednesday, August 28; and Thursday, August 29.