President/Executive Director: Professor Douglas Moroke has served as a distinguished Educator, scholar who has earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), an Administrative Credential from National University in Los Angeles, a Master's degree in Education (National University), a Master Degree in Mathematics (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles) and a California Teaching credential from National University. Mr. Moroke has served on several education advisory boards for the Inglewood Unified School District and has worked as a math teacher for 20 years. Professor Moroke is currently an Adjunct Professor at National University Department of Education. Professor Moroke has served as an advisor for the IUSD curriculum team and spearheaded the high school mathematics textbook adoption for the Inglewood Unified School district in Inglewood California. Mr. Moroke has facilitated several mathematics professional development summer sessions for the IUSD and is currently a member of the California teachers’ association and the Inglewood Teachers Association. In addition to all his achievements, Mr. Moroke is also certified through the California State University, San Diego to teach introduction engineering design, which is course one for the Project Lead The Way pathway certification program. He is also a mentor and coach for the Robotics team at Morningside High School. His Robotics team has won several trophies and advanced to county championships competitions. Professor Moroke comes with a great wealth of experience, and percipience. His discernment approach to education will definitely a preeminent asset to the program. Professor Moroke, believes in youth empowerment and development as evidenced by his quote and favorite quotes.
He states: "My goal is to prepare our youth for the 21st century job market and to bridge the digital divide affecting our disadvantaged learners."
His favorite quote by Abraham Lincoln is "Teach the children so it won’t be necessary to teach the adults" and lastly his role model, the honorable Dr. Nelson Mandela " Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world"