Founding Partner, Director of Polic, advocacy & Research
Colin is a scholar of education equity, education policy, student-teacher relationships and implicit bias pursuing his doctorate degree at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He received his Bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University in Human Development and Family Sciences with Research Distinction in Teaching and Learning. As an educational psychologist with formal training in the areas of cognition, learning, and develop, Colin has experience assessing the various ways in which implicit bias of race and gender influence educators’ interactions and perceptions of students.
Colin’s background in data and policy analysis is accompanied by a network of politicians, activists, and academics with which he has worked in the past.
Colin oversees the policy, advocacy and research efforts of Being Black at School.