Christina Hull, M.Ed: Black Educators Matter

By Will Deyamport

On this episode, I Zoom in Christina Hull and we chat about the role of the Black educator and why the work they do matters. Christina Payne Hull is a native of Port Allen, Louisiana, has been an educator for over seventeen years and has taught and coached youth athletics and for grades PK-12th. She currently serves as the Vice Principal of Student Affairs at a high school in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is a member of the Omicron Nu Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, a Change Agent in THE CEO MIND Foundation, a Board Member of the Reaching for the Stars Foundation, a Black Card Member of SupportBlack.Biz and the owner of Ma’at Adorned, LLC. Christina Payne Hull has been a guest speaker at Women’s Day programs, The Survivor Series, Womanifest 9 and developed the Womanhood 101: Girls EmPOWERed program for THE CEO MIND Foundation. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Education; Health & Physical Education from Southern University A&M; a Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership & Administration from Clark Atlanta University and is a Doctoral Candidate for the University of Phoenix Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership School of Advanced Studies. Christina enjoys growing food, reading, writing, running, lifting weights, creating unique jewelry, and empowering others.