My Name is an Address – Ekuwah Moses

By Nancy Angevine-Sands

Nancy Angevine-Sands is a passionate advocate for deeper engagement in our schools. It’s much more than Parent Engagement. It’s about engaging the entire family! And it’s about Nancy’s ongoing exploration of “Why Family Engagement Matters.”

Ekuwah Mend Moses is a teacher and family engagement specialist from Clark County Nevada. Albion Mends was a lecturer in Religious and African Studies at the University of Central Missouri. Ekuwah’s children’s book “My Name is an Address” encourages readers to celebrate their heritage. The book is available on Amazon in Canada and from Barnes & Noble, Walmart, Target and Amazon in the United States.

For more information, check out Ekuwah’s website at https://www.ekuwah.com/