Micia Mosely is the founder and director of The Black Teacher Project, a program of The National Equity Project committed to developing a Black teaching force to transform schools into communities of liberated learning. Prior to leading this work, she was a National Training Specialist with The Posse Foundation. Mosely began her career as a high school social studies teacher before earning her Ph.D. in Education from U.C. Berkeley. She is a published researcher whose work focuses on race and professional development. Also a successful theater artist and performer, Mosely tours the nation with her socio-political stand-up comedy. Micia loves to make people laugh, think and transform their lives. She uses improvisation, puppets, video, drumming, drag, powerpoint, flip charts, lesbian processing – essentially whatever won’t get her arrested. Learn more at www.miciamosely.com & www.blackteacherproject.org.