Associate Faculty Adjunct in African American History
Chadê Biney-Amissah, Esq. has dedicated her career to empowering youth to overcome the realities of inequity in education. After completing her Bachelor's degree at Temple University, she began her career in 2011 as a Teach for America corps member. Through this opportunity, Chadê began teaching African American History at a local charter school in North Philadelphia and has taught there for the last eleven years. During her tenure, she completed her Master's degree in Education at the University of Pennsylvania.
Upon, graduating from Delaware Law School, Chadê transitioned out of the classroom and into literature curriculum work. Her future goal is to create new equitable education policies for children of color across the United States.
- Juris Doctorate, Delaware Law School
- M.S. Ed, University of Pennsylvania
- BA, Temple University
- Two Time Recipient of the "Pursue Equity" Award
- Recipient of the Philadelphia Barristers Association Amber Racine Memorial Scholarship
- Ms. JD Fellowship Finalist
- Certificate of Achievement in Legal Methods III
- "Educators of Excellence" Nominee
Areas of Expertise/Interest
- Eating my way through Philadelphia!