If I hereby expressed any doubts about the important legacy Betsy DeVos has established for herself as a passionate social reformer, a politician oozing charisma and flamboyance then I would be lying. Her involvement in humanitarian causes is impressive and quite remarkable in any sense of the word you might care to frame your references. My assertion is informed by the detailed background check I have had the rare privilege of carrying out. What I have unearthed about DeVos’ philanthropic, political and educational commitments is amazing if not downright shocking positively.
Know more: https://www.facebook.com/betsy.p.devos/
The energy and vigor she characteristically brings to bear on all her social and political undertakings inspires nothing else in me but envy. Her reform agenda which is to a large extent supported by the DeVos Family Foundation is cataclysmic in bringing a lot of progress to the underprivileged children of America. It is maybe the exuberant social nature she publicly displays that influenced the decision of President Trump to give Betsy the place of honor as the 11th nominee of the US Secretary for Education. Of particular interest to me has been her dedication in redesigning the educational policies in Michigan, Mississippi for the last 3 decades. Being one of the direct recipients of her support of quality learning for everyone, I must say that the initiative is neither selective nor discriminatory because all individuals regardless of their social and economic backgrounds are eligible to get assistance.
Many socially and economically disadvantaged children throughout America have had access to international class education because of the liberal policies she has brought into the education sector. The present Secretary of Education was inspired by her mother who fought hard to ensure that children had better facilities for learning. Her struggle is to establish a system of learning that gives the best to everyone, but at the same time allows freedom of choice. Betsy DeVos is presently spearheading a drive to create better educational options for poor families. In the endeavor which is now gaining momentum the DeVos Family Foundation is donating millions of dollars to help many schools and colleges. Visit Betsy’s profile on twitter.com.
For over 20 years, Betsy DeVos has consistently supported programs for mentoring vulnerable children in public institutions on Grand Rapids, Michigan. She encourages open interaction and engagements between teachers, parents, educationists, and politicians. I firmly believe that by the time she completes her present tenure, she will have changed the direction of eduction for the better. Many notable charities and nonprofits acknowledge her as a competent leader. Some of the organizations she supports include the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Kids Hope USA, Kendall College of Art and Design, and Mars Hill Bible Church.