Brandee Blocker Anderson
CEO & Founder
Brandee is a lawyer, educator, DEI consultant, former Teach for America corps member and founder of The Antiracism Academy.
She earned a bachelor's in Political Science from Yale University, a master's in Education from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School. Before law school, Brandee served as a secondary English and Social Studies teacher at Sankofa Freedom Academy Charter School, where she was honored as Teacher of the Year in 2013 and was a semifinalist for the Sue Lehmann Excellence in Teacher Leadership Award.
During law school, she served on the editorial board of the Columbia Journal of Race and Law and as an early education legal policy consultant for the Center for Public Research and Leadership.
As a corporate attorney, Brandee brought her leadership around diversity, equity and inclusion to her role as an associate at Dechert LLP, serving as the Chair of the Diverse Associates Group. Brandee also served as an Associate Counsel at Comcast, where she advised the company on a range of legal matters, including issues of racial equity.
Brandee brings over 15 years of experience developing and facilitating diversity, equity and inclusion workshops and trainings for corporations, non-profits, and government organizations.
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CBDO & Organizational Culture Specialist
David is an anthropologist, data scientist, educator, and DEI consultant.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, with a focus in cultural behaviors from Yale University and a Master’s Degree in Data Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Before graduate school, David served as a Fellow in Yale’s Office of Gender and Campus Culture, where he worked on undergraduate policy, research, and education in institutional culture, Title IX, and DEI. He co-authored and facilitated Yale University’s first Bias Intervention Training.
David brings 15 years of experience in social justice pedagogy, cultural intervention frameworks and diversity, equity, and inclusion facilitation for organizations, institutions, and classrooms.
Family and Community Engagement Specialist & Instructor
Kilolo Moyo-White is a parent-educator activist and Family and Community Engagement Specialist.
Kilolo is a graduate of Lincoln University and Temple University, with a master’s degree in African American Studies. Her passion for community building runs deep. In 2009, she was a lead organizer in co-founding Sankofa Freedom Academy Charter School. As an academic advisor, program coordinator, and curriculum writer for Philadelphia Freedom Schools, Kilolo designed and led social justice workshops to empower teen voice and leadership.
Additionally, Kilolo has led education workshops through Teach For America’s African American Corps, EdXEd NYC, and Educon. Since moving to Rochester, Kilolo has become a parent leader with ROC the Future’s Parent Engagement Collaborative Action Network (PECAN), School #23’s Parent Teacher Association and a member of the 19th Ward Community Association.
In addition to her work with The Antiracism Academy, she leads Rochester families and communities in improving outcomes for children through Rock the Future. Prior to moving to Rochester, Kilolo spent the past 15 years building relationships as a community and youth support advocate through her role as a community educator in the public school system of Philadelphia, PA.