Allysin Swift, PhD
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Allysin Swift, PhD with over 20 years of experience working with children and families Dr. Swift is a former Early Childhood Educator and Administrator, Educational Consultant, Zero-to-Three National Center for Infants Toddlers and Families Fellow, Past Chair of The New York City Association for the Education of Young Children Policy Circle, Supervisor at the Baby College with The Harlem Children’s Zone, recipient of the School Psychology Trauma Focused Training Grant at Tulane University, Lead Network Psychologist and Race & Equity Coordinator for FirstLine Schools Charter Management Organization. Using a human-centered and trauma-informed approach she seeks to support organizational change toward equity and antiracist practices. Her research interests include the use of participatory action research to study the effects of race-based stress on child socialization and parenting practices, promoting resilience through trauma-informed and antiracist school environments, and professional development to enhance the cultural and social-emotional awareness of educators. Dr. Swift lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is now a proud Royal Team member at Beloved Community.
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Beloved Community Lessons Learned: The First Kansas City Equity in Schools Cohorts
Virtual Session
In this session, participants will learn how a cohort of schools & districts deepened their equity practices in Beloved Community's Equity in Schools cohort. Cohort alumni will be present to share.
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