Introducing Dr. Keisha Siriboe

We are thrilled to share exciting news with you today as we proudly introduce Dr. Keisha Siriboe, our newly appointed Chief Equity & Engagement Officer. This significant role is crafted to infuse diversity and inclusivity into the very fabric of The Master Series.

Dr. Keisha’s appointment marks a pivotal moment in our ongoing mission to champion knowledge transfer in the realms of trauma, mental health, and wellbeing. Her extensive experience and unwavering dedication to this cause make her an invaluable addition to our team.

More about Dr. Keisha Siriboe

Dr. Keisha has devoted her career to advocating for racial literacy education and leadership development. With over 20 years of experience, she has made substantial contributions to the field through platforms such as TEDx talks, published scholarship, international conference lectures, research, keynote speeches, and programmatic work.

Her global perspective on educational research and diversity is rooted in groundbreaking achievements, including being the first African-American to earn a master’s degree from Beijing Normal University in China and the first African-American to earn a Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong.

Beyond academia, Dr. Keisha has held pivotal roles in esteemed organisations like the American Education Research Association (AERA), the World Education Research Association (WERA), and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Education 2030 Project, influencing global policy development.

A new era for The Master Series

Dr. Siriboe’s expertise and dedication align seamlessly with our mission. We firmly believe that her leadership will significantly enhance our commitment to equity and engagement, furthering our efforts toward educational excellence, inclusion, and diversity.

Join us in extending a warm welcome to Dr. Keisha Siriboe as we embark on this transformative journey together. Stay tuned for exciting updates and initiatives under her leadership as we continue to champion empowerment and inclusivity at this year’s Master Series.

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