Diarese George

Diarese George is the founder and executive director of the Tennessee Educators of Color Alliance, an organization focused on developing, supporting, and connecting educators of color with decision-making power who shape, create, and influence policy. Recruiting, retaining, and providing mentorship and leadership pathways for educators of color are by products of this work. Previously, he served as the director of recruitment for the Nashville Teacher Residency where his primary focus was recruiting more people of color to the education profession. Prior to that, he taught for five years as a high school teacher, with a focus on business. Additionally, he has completed education leadership fellowships for Education Pioneers, the Tennessee State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE), Hope Street Group, and the Mosaic Fellowship, which connects and empowers education leaders of color across the state of Tennessee. He was also a cohort member in the Emerging Human Capital Leadership Initiative convened by the Urban Schools Human Capital Academy. George holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master’s degree in Corporate Communications from Austin Peay State University. He also received an MBA and a Doctorate in Education Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University.

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Investing in adult learners: Recruiting, supporting, and retaining educators of color in a virtual world

By Jevelyn Bonner-Reed, Diarese George, Cicely Woodard and Jessica Heard | October 8, 2020

This webinar will focus on the resources, strategies, and tangible ideas at the classroom, school, and organizational levels for combating barriers that impact educators of color and the systems in which they serve.