Anashay Wright

Anashay Wright

Inequity expert on implicit bias, diaspora, and racially diverse communities

Anashay is a life-long disruptor of inequitable systems. As a national award-winning educator, speaker, and educational consultant with over 20 years of experience, she has coached and developed leaders at every level.

Across the K-12 sector, she designed innovative programs and led teams at national education nonprofits and community-based organizations including TNTP, The Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes Foundation, The Black Teacher Collaborative, and Leading Educators.

She has also served as an adjunct professor, education advisor to elected officials, founding board & advisory member for organizations like Relay Graduate school and Compass Rose Academy (a BES charter school) in Texas & Georgia. She is also a certified Power & Influence executive coach and system-level strategist.

Anashay’s work has resulted in national recognition from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC founded by Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.), NPR, The 74million, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc,  Good Day Atlanta, and numerous media outlets. Anashay leads with the promise of every child and elevates the role of education’s true shareholders: students, parents & families as featured in this recent article from the Atlanta Journal & Constitution (AJC).

Anashay is passionate about supporting leaders who are committed to partnering with, aligning resources, and following the lead of members from historically ignored communities of color. Her experiences within the non-profit, political, and education spaces run deep and wide, which is why she has been called the “Robin Hood of her Community.” Anashay has consistently led with her deep love for and a profound belief in the collective power of community. She remains committed to partnering with courageous leaders who lead with the power, promise, and brilliance of African-American diaspora, Latinx, Indigenous, and ALL children from racially diverse communities.

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