John Krownapple specializes in facilitating professional learning and organizational development focused on social justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Since 2007 he has led the development and implementation of one of the first and most comprehensive Cultural Proficiency programs in the United States.
Patricia McDonald is a consultant passionate about challenging current and future educators to engage in critical conversations necessary to create culturally responsive learning environments for all students.
Glenn Singleton hails from Baltimore, Maryland. A product of public elementary and independent secondary school, Singleton earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his master’s degree from the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University.
Moses Velasco is a Professional Learning Leader with Toronto District School Board. He has held several teacher leadership positions at both the school level and central departments. Moses is passionate about the critical role teachers play in improving education by expanding their understanding and exercise of leadership and influence.
Willie Adams is a dedicated educator with an undying passion for equity in education. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film and Media Studies from the University of California, Irvine, in 1996 and his Masters of Arts in Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults from the University of San Francisco in 2008.
Amanda Brueggeman grew up on a farm in Southeast Missouri and then worked her way to the suburbs of St. Louis, MO, where she taught in elementary classrooms at Valley Park and Wentzville for ten years prior to being a coach. She is currently coaching at Wentzville School District, a suburb of St. Louis, MO, as a K-6 Literacy Coach.