RESUME

With a proven excellence in the development of strong rapport with students, colleagues and administrators, I have over 20 years of experience as a classroom teacher, adjunct, advocate, teaching artist, researcher, editor and curriculum/assessment developer. Wrote Education Policy and Community articles for Examiner and Chestnut Hill Local (2010-2016). The Leeway Foundation in 2011 funded my research with high school dropouts, adjudicated youth, and homeless teens. In 2018, I co-authored a 20-hour anti-racist training for educators, which explores systemic racism, bias and intersectionality in educational settings.

August 2020 - Present

ADJUNCT - WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY

College of Education and Social Work - Department of Educational Foundation and Policy Studies

March 2019 - Present

DIVERSITY CONSULTANT - AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICS TEACHER (AAPT)

Serves as a Diversity Consultant for AAPT in support of their Underrepresented Teacher of Physics program (UToP), which will provide mentors for current African American Physics teachers in the United States. Develop anti-bias training for members and participants.

June 2019 - Present

DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND EQUITY TRAINER

Develop and facilitate trainings for organizations, school districts, and labor unions

January 1996 - Present

CURRICULUM AND DEVELOPMENT

Worked with local organizations and schools in developing curriculum and instructional materials. Examples are: Chicago School District, Ninth Grade Academies (Year 1 at Lincoln HS), GED to College (Congreso de Latinos Unidos)