An Exploration of Black Leadership in Predominantly White Philanthropic Institutions
About This Episode
Our guest, Dr. Irvin Leon Scott is a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Scott served as the deputy director for K-12 education at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, where he led the investment of $300 million in initiatives focused on transforming recruitment and development of teachers.
Scott, an experienced educator takes us through his 20+ year journey as a teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, chief academic officer and deputy director at the Gates Foundation.
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is a Doctor of Education Leadership Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education
Jamaji Nwanaji-Enwerem, PhD
is an MD/MPP candidate at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
is an MD/ MPP candidate at Duke University School of Medicine and Harvard Kennedy School of Government.