Meet Our Diversity Board

A collaborative board with diverse perspectives is critically important to our company. Each member brings their own personal and professional contacts and life experiences to their service on a Diversity Board. With a wide variety of experience, expertise, and perspectives, Studies Weekly is in a stronger position to manage the most precious resource of our nation’s future–the teaching of our students.

Katrina has a degree in Superintendency Administration and in Literacy in the Content Areas. With over 15 years of experience, she serves as K-12 Social Studies Coordinator for her school district developing standards-based curriculum and provides PD on evidence-based best practices for teachers.
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KATRINA ROUSE - DIRECTOR

Duaa is a co-founder of the Muslim Speakers Network, an educational project that supplements curriculum and offers education on Islam and Muslims to schools and​ universities. ​She serves on the LAUSD Human Relations​ ​Commission​, as well as serving as ​a community representative and a board member of the Islamic Shura Council, the largest organization representing American Muslims in Southern California.
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Duaa Alwan

LaVora Gayle Gadison is an educator with 31 years of classroom experience. She presently serves as the K-12 Social Studies Content Manager for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. She believes that focused social studies instruction is imperative if the U.S. is going to continue to compete in the 21st-century world economy.
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Lavora "Gayle" Gadison

Toni has been an educator for 36 years, written grants and curriculum, started an after-school program at the Title I sites, served as the Program Specialist with the McKinney-Vento Program for homeless students, served as Beginning Teacher Induction Coordinator, Assistant Principal, Principal, and is finishing her career as an Instructional Coach. She is a member of the Choctaw Tribe of Oklahoma.
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Toni Herr

Rhodes Perry, MPA, is an award-winning social entrepreneur, passionate speaker, and a nationally recognized LGBTQ thought leader with two decades of government and nonprofit experience having worked at the White House, PFLAG National, and the City of New York. He believes in bringing authenticity into the workplace, and he helps senior executives cultivate organizational cultures of belonging.
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Rhodes Perry

Dr. Timothy Pytell is a Professor of History at California State University San Bernardino, is on the executive board of the Western Jewish Studies Association and blogs for Psychology Today. He has written extensively on issues of Holocaust survival including an intellectual biography of Viktor Frankl titled Viktor Frankl's Search for Meaning published by Berghahn Press.
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Dr. Timothy E. Pytell

DeeAnn Slade received a dual degree in both elementary and special education and has been teaching in the elementary school system for the past 30 years. She has served on several committees to address the curriculum and needs of persons with disabilities. She is a former Ms. Wheelchair Utah, an experience which gave her many great opportunities to speak with groups about acceptance and inclusion.
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DeeAnn Slade

Dr. Jackie Thompson is the former Coordinator of the Educational Equity Department in Davis School District. Her responsibilities included the Parent Equity Committee, Multicultural Education, Civil Rights Issues and AVID Advancement Via Individual Determination. She retired in July 2017 and is currently a motivational speaker.
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Dr. Jackie Thompson

Dr. Nancy Vicente’s research interests include race/class/gender issues in Education, the use of popular culture in the classroom, decolonizing methodologies, critical pedagogy, and Children’s and Young Adult Literature.
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Dr. Nancy Vanessa Vicente

Brian Yazzie has devoted his professional career to working and advocating on behalf of underserved Native American children and families. Before working for the Provo City School District as the Diversity & Equity Coordinator, Brian came from the non-profit sector working 18 years as the Director of Native American Services for the Boys & Girls Club.
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Brian Yazzie

Loki is an award-winning filmmaker, author and the son of Civil Rights Icon, Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. He created The Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation and speaks all over the country about the Civil Rights Movement and current race relations.
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LOKI MULLHOLLAND

Kim Mogilevsky is a veteran teacher who earned her National Board Certification in 2002. She is the Chief Product Officer for Studies Weekly and leads the Research & Development team to develop evidence-based curriculum materials. Kim presents to State Department of Education offices, school districts, state, national and international conventions and conferences all over America and the Caribbean.
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Kim Mogilevsky

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