Rachel Radina, Ph.D., is currently an Assistant Professor of K-12 Educational Leadership in the College of Education at Eastern Michigan university. She has worked in communities and schools for the past fourteen years and is committed to anti-racist work in solidarity with students, teachers and community partners. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with a focus on Curriculum and Cultural studies from the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 2015. During her time as a faculty member at Miami University she taught classes designed to help students understand systems of power, privilege and oppression and to understand their role in working towards positive social change. Equity diversity, and inclusion are at the core of her curriculum, pedagogy, research and scholarship. Dr. Radina has experience creating experiential, community-based educational opportunities and projects that are mutually beneficial for students and community partners.