Micia Mosely, Ph.D. has dedicated her career to helping students reach their full creative and academic potential. A teacher, analyst and product of public education, she designs custom reform strategies that help educators and administrators increase equity while maximizing school performance.
Mosely brings a wealth of classroom experience to her work, infusing bold strategies with real-world approaches that understand the burdens faced by educators and administrators. She is an expert on leadership, cultural competence, data-based inquiry and school design.
Mosely began her career as the Social Studies department head at Thurgood Marshall Academic High School in San Francisco, CA and received her Ph.D. in Education, with an emphasis on Social and Cultural Studies from the University of California at Berkeley.
She has advised educators and administrators as a coach at the Bay Area Coalition for Equitable Schools (now the National Equity Project). Most recently, she has supported educators of high school & college students as National Training Specialist with the Posse Foundation.
Drawing on her extensive background in performing arts, she is also called on to lead training sessions and leadership development seminars that directly engage teachers and administrators, building their capacity to achieve equity and efficiency in the classroom
A published writer and analyst, Mosely’s research focuses on pedagogy, race, and urban education. Also a successful theater artist and performer, she is the writer of Where My Girls At? a dynamic one-woman show that has toured across the U.S. Currently Mosely is the Executive Director of The Black Teacher Project and a national educational equity consultant and facilitator. She also tours the nation with her socio-political stand-up comedy. Mosely lives in New York, NY and Oakland, CA.