Trans* and Queer Liberation

Reginald (He/His/Him) is a native of Atlanta, Georgia where he attended Morehouse College and graduated with a B.A. in Sociology. After Morehouse, he moved to Brooklyn, NY where he served as 6th grade math learning specialist at Achievement First for a year. In 2016, he moved to Houston, TX to serve as founding high school math teacher at YES Prep Eisenhower. Reginald’s passion for education was ignited while serving as a scholar coordinator at KIPP: STRIVE in Metro Atlanta during his undergraduate tenure. His passion was cemented after winning the Maureen Yusef-Morales Teaching Excellence Award from Breakthrough New York, a non-profit organization that transforms the lives of motivated, low-income students by preparing them for college graduation, as a summer teaching fellow. Reginald is currently enrolled in Columbia University’s Teacher College pursuing a masters in educational leadership while also continuing to teach full-time. Reginald was a 2014 YP4 fellow where his blueprint was to create a program to activate and inspire young black boys in the Southwest Atlanta community. Reginald was also a 2016 YP4 mentor and is excited to jump back into mentorship again.