She will be working on Equitable CS Initiatives, supporting CSforCA, CSforGA, and working in Georgia to improve teacher professional development and increase participation and success for students of color in K12 CS. Prior to joining the Kapor Center, Shana spent sixteen years in K12 education as a teacher and instructional technology specialist. Shana has a passion for disrupting the status quo, works to create community for educators, and has a strong commitment to racial justice and equity. She has a B.S. from Wake Forest University, a M.S. from Winthrop University, a Ed.S from Kennesaw State University.
Broadening Participation in Computing