Rosa Perez-Isiah, Ed.D.
Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah has served students in her community for 29 years. Currently, she serves as Director of Elementary, Equity, and Access in California. Dr. Isiah is actionably passionate about equity and social justice, multilingual Ed, Women in leadership, and closing opportunity gaps for historically underserved students. Dr. Isiah’s experiences as an immigrant, emerging multilingual, a child in poverty, and a first Generation college grad, add to her passion for her work.
Dr. Isiah is the founder of #WeLeadEd Twitter chat and the WeleadED BAMradio radio podcast. Dr. Isiah co-authored five books on the whole child, equity, leadership, and the power of relationships, including Beyond Conversations About Race (2021). Dr. Isiah was the recipient of the Loyola Marymount University 2019 Leader for Social Justice award.
Dr. Isiah is an Educational Consultant and Speaker who presents on a number of topics including Educational Leadership, Culture and Equity, and Social Justice. Dr. Isiah serves as an Advisory Board member for the Center for Antiracist Education (CARE) and for the Alliance for Excellent Education Future Ready Schools.
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