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Equity is a Verb: Strategically Leading to Create Access and Opportunity

 January 18 and January 25, 2023

EVENT DETAILS

Classmates

January 18 and 25, 2023

School Teacher

TIME

4:00 - 6:00 pm Central Time

Empty Classroom

Session Occurs on Zoom

$395/person

DATE

LOCATION

COST / REGISTER

Recorded Access Until April 18, 2023

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Educational leaders are crucial in implementing sustainable adaptive change. Developing leadership that includes equity-mindedness provides an opportunity to strengthen and support your capacity to lead for equity. 

 Through purposeful engagement participants will be able to: 

  • Define who you are as a leader

  • Understand the traits of adaptive leadership and equity-mindedness

  • Determine critical elements needed to sustain the work towards equity

  • Translate equity commitments to action 

Presenters

Kathy Myles

Kathy Myles

Kathy Myles, MA, served public educators, families and students as a statewide professional development specialist and systems coach. A highly innovative, caring instructional leader demonstrating proficiency in building individual and collective capacity Kathy has been a classroom teacher, PreK-12 site and district level administrator and adjunct instructor for Cardinal Stritch University and Milwaukee School of Engineering.  Understanding the collective effort needed, Kathy utilizes strategies intended to ensure a positive adult culture while staying true to the vision and mission of the organization; preserving the community’s confidence in education and the educational process in addition to collaborating with colleagues and other stakeholders to ensure resiliency and compassion for ourselves and others.

Ebony Grice

Ebony Grice

Ebony Grice has 19 years of educational service to Wisconsin students and families. She has led in Special Education, Regular Education, Instructional Coaching, Education Consulting, and as a School Administrator. She is an advocate for access and opportunity for all students. During her tenure she has supported the development of student-centered policies and systems-change management in several sectors of the educational system including public, private, charter, urban, suburban, and the Juvenile Justice System. As part of her career, Ebony has extensive experience serving as a Practicum Mentor, providing instructional leadership to educators, executing a vision in a school district, and ensuring that all students and families have access and information. She specializes in leading teams and cultivating positive learning environments building strong relational capacity for all stakeholders.