Marceline DuBose has 20 years of experience in public education, including work as a high school social studies educator, state and federal level policy administrator, professional development leader, strategic planning consultant and curriculum writer. Her primary area of focus is educational equity leadership development and strategic planning, working with school districts to improve systems to create more equitable schools and classrooms. Additionally, each year Marceline provides professional development to thousands of school professionals. Ms. DuBose has served as an adjunct faculty member in the education departments at Hamline University, Macalester College and St. Mary’s University in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area. She holds a
BA in Economics from Macalester College and completed her Ed.M. in Teaching and Curriculum at Harvard University as a Rockefeller Brothers Teaching Fellow. Also a certified yoga instructor, her primary work is to design and deliver meaningful learning for school leaders and educators on educational equity, cultural responsive curriculum and instruction, and the school change process. Marceline intentionally incorporates historical and policy perspectives, systems change theory, adult learning theory, critical reflection and key approaches from yoga philosophy as she works toward individual, organizational and societal change that supports the achievement and full potential of all learners.