The Equity-Centered Capacity Building Network (ECCBN) was formed to unite the efforts and share resources and strategies among equity- and excellence-centered capacity builders and to increase the visibility and impact of capacity-building approaches that promote deep and sustainable school and systems change.
Network members currently consist of regional and national organizations with: a focus on transforming whole school systems, in addition to individual schools; targeted approaches to equity, excellence and cultural responsiveness deeply embedded into every aspect of their work; local credibility as well as national reach and influence; a strong desire to work collaboratively; and a track record of success with school systems locally, regionally and nationally. Future membership anticipates including local individual and institutional capacity builders, as well as other regional and national providers who meet these criteria.
Network members have included the following organizations and their representatives:
National Urban Alliance for Effective Education (NY)
Center for Culturally Responsive Urban Education at the University of Colorado, Denver (CO)
Stanford University, Graduate School of Education (CA)
Panasonic Foundation (NJ)
Intercultural Development Research Association (TX)
Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, Inc. (MD)
The Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence & Equity (DE)
Education Alliance at Brown University (RI)
National Equity Project (CA)
Just Educators (MD)
|Sheryl Petty, Ed.D.
Equity, Personal Transformation and Systems Change Consultant
Movement Tapestries and Change Elemental
Senior Scholar, Former Chief Executive Officer
National Urban Alliance for Effective Education (NUA)
Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, Inc. (MAEC)
Kori Hamilton Biagas
Executive Director (retired)
Leverett Education Consulting
National Education Equity Consultant
Former Senior Associate, National Equity Project
Graduate School of Education, Stanford University
Education Alliance at Brown University
CASE at Rowan University
|Sonja Brookins Santelises
Chief Executive Officer
Baltimore City Public Schools
|Robert L. Jarvis, Ph.D.
Coalition for Educational Equity
|Bradley Scott, Ph.D.
South Central Collaborative for Equity (SCCE)
Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA)