Matthew Kincaid, founder and CEO of Overcoming Racism, LLC, an organization which seeks to develop more equitable institutions through comprehensive race and equity training. Overcoming Racism equips teams with the tools to build an actively equitable culture. Matthew Kincaid is a published author (Freedom Teaching), a former educator, serving in roles that range from teaching to instructional coaching to school administration. Matthew has been leading anti-racism workshops for over 15 years. Through his work with Overcoming Racism, Matthew plans to continue to use his platform to empower individuals, organizations, and communities to address the realities of systemic racism with courage, skill, and intention. He is a graduate of Tufts University. He has been recognized as a top 100 visionary leader by Real Leaders magazine. He is a former Young Entrepreneur of the Year for the state of Louisiana’s small business administration. His work has been showcased in prestigious platforms like The Washington Post, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Now This, and Black Enterprise, amplifying the message of equitable education for all and societal change. Matthew has personally trained teams from a vast array of organizations from the National Basketball Association, to elite universities and statewide school systems.
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