A Scholar/Practitioner/Leader professional with more than 30 years of experience crafting creative, innovative, and sustainable solutions in Organizational Leadership, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, programs in Education and Business, including Program Assessment, Evaluation, and Accreditation, Social and Emotional Learning, Deconstruction of Systemic Racism, promotion of Anti-Racist Systems, & Sports-based Youth Development.

 

Areas of Expertise: understanding and surfacing dominant narratives and engaging narrative transformation strategies; using Bolman & Deal’s Reframing Organizations frameworks to support connected, reflective, and transformational teaching and learning practices; using Interests, Rights, Power (IRP) Analysis to strategically frame and support organizational leadership, transformation, and professional development; using media and popular culture to surface, engage, and facilitate reflection and conversation about dominant narratives that perpetuate racist stereotypes (Cognitive), prejudices (Affective), discriminatory actions (Behavioral) and to deconstruct unhealthy hierarchies of human value; and recognizing and navigating institutional politics that might prevent full engagement with transformational frameworks and best practices.