Carlos Monteiro

carlosmonteiroPrior to joining the Data Inquiry Facilitator team in Boston Public Schools (BPS), Carlos taught Math and Science for ten years to high school students who were English Language Learners at the Jeremiah E Burke High school in Boston.... Read more about Carlos Monteiro

Carmen Williams

carmenwilliamsCarmen Williams is an educational leader and has served her community in the roles of teacher, principal and college professor. Carmen graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Elementary Education and an MA in Educational Leadership. She is guided by her values of equity, empathy, and excellence when supporting educators in providing quality learning environments.... Read more about Carmen Williams

Robin Finn

robinfinnRobin Finn has spent nearly 30 years working in Lawrence, MA beginning in a Community Program in the summers and then after college graduation working for Lawrence Public Schools; as a teacher, an assistant principal and for the last 9 years as the Principal of Arlington Middle School.... Read more about Robin Finn

J. Kimo Carter

jkimocarterKimo Carter is the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching & Learning for the Weston (MA) Public Schools. For over thirty years, Kimo has worked as a teacher, principal, and central office administrator.... Read more about J. Kimo Carter

Steven A. Chambers

StevenAChambersSteven A. Chambers is a candidate in the Doctor of Education Leadership (Ed.LD) program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He has over a decade of experience as a classroom teacher, college advising counselor, school district administrator, and religious/community leader.... Read more about Steven A. Chambers

Kentaro Iwasaki

KentaroIwasakiThe son of Japanese immigrants, Kentaro knew from a young age that he aspired to become a teacher. As a student growing up in Southern California, he experienced first-hand the deep and dissonant disparity between public and private schools which inspired him to provide high-quality education to students furthest from the center of opportunity.... Read more about Kentaro Iwasaki

Jamaal Williams

JamaalWilliamsJamaal Williams is a former high school principal and current student in the Doctor of Education Leadership program at HGSE. Jamaal began his career as a high school education specialist before transitioning into his role as the district AVID coordinator and AVID college preparatory teacher at his local high school.... Read more about Jamaal Williams

Danielle Duarte

DanielleDuarteDanielle is passionate about supporting students’ academic success, college and career readiness, and social-emotional development while using data to show the impact of school counseling and other support services. She is currently a second-year doctoral student in the Education Leadership Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and has co-authored two books on elementary and secondary school counseling.... Read more about Danielle Duarte

Tim Moriarty

Tim MoriartyTim Moriarty is currently a candidate in the Doctor of Education Leadership (Ed.L.D.) program at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). Over the last two years, Tim has helped facilitate four Programs in Professional Education at HGSE (two of which being Data Wise Institutes), served as a Teaching Fellow in three graduate courses, and engaged in a summer fellowship at the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) under the supervision of the Senior Associate Commissioner for Education Options.... Read more about Tim Moriarty

Matt Dreier

Matt DreierMatt’s passion for education began as an undergraduate and continued through his career with the Marine Corps, first training young men and women to become moral and effective naval officers at the University of Rochester, and as a military professor at the U.S. Naval War College.... Read more about Matt Dreier

Jocelyn Rodriguez

Jocelyn RodriguezA first-generation New York City student, bilingual in English and Spanish, Jocelyn earned a Bachelor’s Degree from CUNY Brooklyn College, a Masters from Columbia University and was the first Latina to hold office on the Board of Directors for the NY State Early Care & Learning Council.... Read more about Jocelyn Rodriguez

Crystel Harris

Crystel HarrisCrystel Harris has an entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to student success that has been demonstrated throughout her career. She served as a founding middle school teacher in the Bronx, developed the NYCDOE’s first and only teacher residency program, and lead the city’s first effort to recruit and retain male teachers of color.... Read more about Crystel Harris

Dia N. Bryant

DiaDia Bryant is a Doctoral Candidate in the Ed.LD program. Dia is deeply focused on strengthening outcomes for students of color in urban communities similar to her hometown - Detroit, MI.... Read more about Dia N. Bryant

David Baiz

DavidDavid Baiz is a doctoral student at Harvard Graduate School of Education's Doctor of Education Leadership (Ed.L.D.) program. Prior to this, David was a founding teacher and eventual principal of Global Tech Prep Middle School in East Harlem, NY.... Read more about David Baiz

Matt Smith

MattMatt L. Smith is a second-year doctoral student in education leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He gained a love of education, inquiry, and embracing curiosity at a young age, inspired by the teachings and back yard experiments of his grandfather, a high school Physics teacher.... Read more about Matt Smith