in 6 weeks

without the initiative fatigue, stakeholder resistance, and loneliness of leading at the top

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Here's the gist... 


  • Build a Foundation For Sustainable Growth    

    Unlike one-off equity initiatives, you'll embed the numerous "street data" collection methods and 9 mechanisms of shared leadership into your decision-making processes to create and sustain a culture in which all students, teachers, and families feel they belong and their voice matters.   
  • Regularly Review Policy and Practice

    No more waiting for the 5-year strategic plan to review policies or initiatives. Stakeholders have regular opportunities to voice concerns, suggestions, and questions about policy and practice.
  • Measure Growth in Belonging, Voice, and Academic Achievement

    We'll develop tailored surveys for your school or district and analyze trends in perception data such as teachers, students, and families' sense of belonging and the degree to which their voice matters.   
  • 6 Weeks, 60 Minutes A Week 

    You'll get a 60-minute group coaching session each week for 6 consecutive weeks. Small groups with 5 or fewer leaders from various schools & districts. Short trainings on leadership research, data collection, and data analysis will be embedded in the coaching calls. Participants will also have an option to receive additional 1:1 coaching support.  
  • Pay With Title I, II, IV or ESSER Funds 

    Title I funding supports programs that contribute to "closing the achievement gap." Title II supports PD “designed to improve the quality of principals and superintendents”. Title IV funds can be used for "dropout prevention" and "trauma-informed" practice, for which student voice plays a major role. ESSER funding can be used "for principals and others school leaders to address school-specific needs" as well as "learning loss," which speaks to the research on student voice improving academic achievement. 

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Read on...

If you’re a principal, AP, superintendent, or teacher leader looking to make your school more equitable, you probably already know that real change requires a disruption to the system.

There's no need for me to tell you that the system of education has been steeped in white supremacy and ableism from the content we teach to the behavioral "norms" set for students.

You've likely seen resistance to your calls for change take the form of doubling down on "the way way we've always done things," and you know that approach doesn't lead to equity.

You may have even thought to yourself, "I can't do this on my own. I need teachers and students to buy-in, but they just see it as one more initiative." 

You can't do this alone, and you won't get buy-in if the change is seen as just one more thing to add to teachers' plates.

That's why this coaching program is built on adaptive and shared leadership approaches, so it's not just another initiative. It's a fundamental shift in the culture of your school.

What is Leading for Justice?


Session #1

Define the Goal

In the first session, we'll get to know each other and discuss what student/shared leadership looks like, feels like, and sounds like.

Session #2

Select What You'll Measure

After our goal setting session, the next meeting, we'll define "street data" as an equitable approach to collecting data. We'll also 
discuss what you want to measure in your student survey (in alignment with last week's "look for" list.)

Session #3

Go Deeper By "Choosing the Margin"  

In line with bell hooks' encouragement to 'choose the margin' as a site of belonging, we'll explore street data collection strategies and tips for following up on survey data, with an intentional focus on learning more about the experiences of students who reported unfavorable responseson your survey. We'll make a plan for survey distribution and collection as well as analysis and next steps for follow up.

Session #4

Create A Data Analysis Protocol

Once you have gathered survey and follow up data, you will plan to bring stakeholders together to analyze and make meaning of all that data. In this session, you'll explore several "public learning" and data analysis protocols, selecting or adapting one to fit your community's needs.

Session #5

Set Up Structures of Shared Leadership

Using key ideas from existing research and the data you gathered from stakeholders in previous weeks, you will implement shared leadership practices and inclusive decision-making mechanisms in your school(s).

Session #6

Build Adaptive Capacity in Your Community

In our final session, you will learn how to diagnose adaptive challenges + name types of discourse present during discussions of data, student leadership, equity, and justice. You'll develop a plan for implementing strategies to build adaptive capacity in your staff, students, and families in order to transform your community's culture of discussion related to topics of equity, justice, and adaptive change.  

When you sign up,

you’ll get:


  • A 60-minute coaching session each week

    Group sessions are limited to 5 leaders so you we have the time to take a deep dive into your specific needs. 

  • Targeted Support

    We focus on one of the highest-leverage practices a school can implement: shared leadership. This focus enables you to achieve big shifts in a short period of time. 
  • Research Expertise

    As a scholar-practitioner, I bring my knowledge of the leadership field as well as my data collection and analysis skills into coaching. This means, your research skills will grow as you engage with each coaching session! 
  • A Team of Thought Partners 

    Group coaching supports leaders in ways that 1:1 coaching does not. You don't just have me—you have a whole team of coaches, ready to support you on your journey to shared school leadership. 

The 14-Day Power Up Guarantee

Leading for Justice has the power to transform the way your school(s) operates. I'll walk you through equitable data collection and analyses processes, troubleshoot implementation, and amplify stakeholder leadership capacity.  

But here’s the thing, as with any major transformation, it’s not going to happen over night. With this kind of laser-focused coaching, you can go faster than most, but shifting how decisions are made in an organization takes time.

Leaders and schools have limited budgets, so, here’s what I’ll tell you. If you participate in the group coaching calls for the first 2 weeks, and after that time, you don't feel the momentum building and you don't feel like there's a clear path forward, email me at [email protected], and I will refund your investment.

Few coaches make this sort of promise. So, why do I do it? Because I want to make sure your money is going toward creating the most equitable learning environment possible AND I am confident in my program’s ability to make that happen for you. Click here for full details.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Successful leaders are the ones who ask great questions! 

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7 Ways to Know You’re Ready for Leading for Justice

  1. You're new to your leadership position, and you want to avoid the buy-in and burnout struggles the leader before you experienced. 
  2. You are passionate about equity and inclusion, but the steps you've already taken have produced limited results.  
  3. You are an Ella Baker kind of leader—developing the leadership in others is more important to you than being a great leader yourself. 
  4. You already spend hours each week listening to podcasts or reading educational leadership blogs looking for great ideas for your school(s). 
  5. You are starting to feel like creating an equitable educational community might be an impossible task. 
  6. You know a boatload of new initiatives won't cut it, and you're excited to narrow your focus to one high-leverage, sustainable change.  
  7. You can't wait to get started on your weekly steps to making leading for justice a reality in your school(s). 

I can’t wait for you to join me in the next Leading for Justice cohort.

I've seen too many schools and school leaders spin their wheels trying to fix things by creating 40 different initiatives to solve 40 problems. This program strategically helps you make ONE change that will enable you to tackle your 40 problems more efficiently and effectively. 

If you are a principal, AP, superintendent, or teacher leader, and you're ready to share your power, let's do this thing. 

And if you're still unsure, try the program for 14 days, and if it's not working, I'll refund your money. Profound, transformational change is waiting for you. Save your seat in the next Leading for Justice cohort today. 


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