Policy & Curriculum Curator
Bekah Brown is a passionate advocate for education justice, a former public school teacher, and a proud mama of three. She understands, on a personal level, the obstacles that families of color face when it comes to interacting with the school system. Bekah’s determination to not sit back and let the school system fail her own child with a learning disability led her to earn a degree in Education with a Psychology minor from William Peace University.
Bekah is unique in that she’s experienced the education system in different roles, having previously served as both a general and special education teacher in the public school system. Her diverse experience provides a wealth of insider knowledge and fuels her unwavering commitment to seeking equitable policies and inclusive curriculums that celebrate diverse cultures for all students and generations.
Bekah firmly believes that parents are the ultimate experts on their children and their needs, making them the most influential champions for their success. She passionately believes that when parents are equipped with knowledge, resources, and support, they can navigate systems with confidence, tap into their own power, and create positive changes in their communities, regardless of the scale.