Ayo MagwoAyo Magwood is an educational consultant and founder of Uprooting Inequity who specializes in evidence-based seminars on historical and structural racism. Her ProEquity model is an evidence-based K-12 instructional framework for teaching about historical and structural racism while fostering civic reasoning and discourse skills, an “honest yet appreciative” view of U.S. history, and an equity-conscious “we” identity. She has a B.A. in economics and international relations from Brown University and a M.Sc. in applied economics from Cornell University. Ayo is the author of the book chapter “Why ‘Elite’ Independent Schools Can’t Retain Black and Brown Faculty” in K. Swalwell & D. Spikes (Eds.) Anti-Oppressive Education in “Elite” Schools: Promising Practices and Cautionary Tales (2021).