Alysa Perreras

Equity & Justice Researcher & Consultant, Alysa Perreras Consulting

Alysa’s work in education is driven by the question, “what does it mean to be free”?” She began her journey exploring this question as a classroom teacher, learning, laughing and growing alongside high school students in the literature classroom for eight years. Over the last five years, her work has expanded to include curriculum design, adult learning, strategic planning and educational consulting, all through an antibias, antiracist and justice centered lens. She has provided consulting services and in-depth professional learning on anti bias and antiracist practices with various international and independent schools and has presented on the work of equitable, liberated learning communities at various conferences around the globe. She combines her own lived experiences as a biracial, multicultural woman and the intentional study of practitioners of abolition and liberation who have come before me to bring an intersectional lens into all that she does.

Alysa’s academic background includes a Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism and another in Spanish Language and Literature. Additionally, she holds a MS in Multidisciplinary Studies in Education from the State University of New York, Buffalo.

Alysa is currently pursuing her PhD in Education for Social Justice with the School of Leadership and Education Sciences at the University of San Diego.

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