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Calvin Lewis (black man), Lecturer in Educational Policy and Community Studies

Calvin Lewis

  • Lecturer, Educational Policy and Community Studies

Calvin Lewis is a seasoned nonprofit professional with over ten years of education and nonprofit management experience. As a PhD Candidate in the Urban Education (Social Foundations of Education) Doctoral Program, his research interests include race and schooling, critical and antiracist pedagogy, the history and sociology of public education, culturally relevant and sustaining pedagogies in urban school settings (K-12), and the criminalization of minority youth in public K-12 education.

As Chief Impact Officer for a Baltimore-based nonprofit (We Will All Rise) that creates targeted initiatives that invest in the socio-emotional, educational, and economic needs of young men of color, Calvin is responsible for providing strategic leadership, management, and guidance to the President and CEO on a wide range of topics that include strategic initiatives, granting making, donor cultivation, and stakeholder engagement.