Exit Signs: Why Faculty of Color Leave Their Schools (for Heads of School only)
Despite expressed desires to diversify their faculty and administration, racial diversity remains elusive within many boarding schools. Join Dr. James Greenwood, Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Western Reserve Academy, and fellow TABS Heads of School to explore responses from faculty of color on why and how they ultimately chose to leave their schools, and to explore what school leaders can do to better support and retain faculty of color in our communities.
This event is included in your TABS member dues.
James GreenwoodDean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Western Reserve Academy OH
Dr. Greenwood brings with him a deep and rich history working in independent schools. Most recently, he served as the Dean of Equity and Inclusion at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire. Born and raised in Cleveland, Dr. Greenwood graduated from Kenyon College with a BA in American Studies with a concentration in African and African American Studies. He currently serves on Kenyon’s alumni board. He holds a Master of Arts in teaching from Brown University and a Masters of Education from Columbia University. This spring he earned his Doctorate in Education from Boston College where his dissertation studied how teachers develop their culturally responsive practice.