Dr. Andrew B. Campbell (DR. ABC) is a graduate of the University of Toronto, with a PhD. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Diversity. He is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) and has been an educator for over 25 years in Jamaica, The Bahamas, and Canada. He is presently an Academic Coordinator and faculty member in the Master of Teaching (MT) Program at OISE, at the University of Toronto and an adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens University in Professional Master of Education (PME). He has authored two books: “Teachable Moments with DR. ABC: A Spoonful for the Journey (2015)” and “The Invisible Student in the Jamaican Classroom (2018).” He also has a number of publications in journals and book chapters focusing on areas EDI, 2SLGBTQI+ Issues in Education, Racism/Anti- Black Racism, and Educational Leadership. He has presented at numerous conferences and has delivered many presentations as a workshop facilitator, keynote and motivational speaker. He loves people, food, fashion, travelling and bringing the community together for a good meal. Join him as he discusses creating a path towards your dreams and not giving up. The importance of being grateful, humble, and honest about your journey; and conversation and connection within Black communities. Embracing your femininity and allowing yourself to feel joy!
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