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Mawi Asgedom

Mawi Learning
Mawi Asgedom has written eight books that are read in thousands of classrooms across North America, and has spoken to over one million students and educators in more than forty states. Mawi Learning’s online leadership courses have inspired students around the world. As a child, Mawi fled civil war in Ethiopia and survived a Sudanese refugee camp for three years. After being resettled in the United States, Mawi overcame poverty, language barriers and personal tragedy to graduate from Harvard University, where he gave the Commencement address to an audience of 30,000. Mawi’s bestselling memoir, Of Beetles and Angels: A Boy’s Remarkable Journey from a Refugee Camp to Harvard, has been read as a one-book, one-community reading selection by thousands of schools and communities, including the cities of Philadelphia and Green Bay. His latest book, PowerfulEducator, helps parents and educators to recognize and leverage their power to profoundly impact the youth in their lives. Citing the impact of Mawi’s work, The Illinois Association of Teachers of English named Mawi the 2006 Illinois Author of the Year. Media outlets that have featured Mawi include: The Oprah Winfrey Show, “One of the Twenty Best Moments of Oprah’s Career"ESSENCE, “One of the 40 Most Inspiring African-Americans”Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Seattle Times, Harvard Magazine, Ebony MagazineYou can learn more about Mawi’s work in education at www.MawiLearning.com.

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