Diana Lebeaux is the Director of District and School Design at CCE, where she works directly with teachers, leaders, schools and districts around student-centered, equity-focused policies, programs, and leadership. Previously, Diana worked as a classroom teacher, school administrator, and director of educational programs and curricula in the nonprofit sectors.
Dawn Shearer-Coren, a Senior Associate at CCE, is a skilled facilitator dedicated to advancing racial equity awareness and disrupting deficit narratives. Dawn’s recent work has focused on positive self-perceptions for students of color in schools and classrooms. She believes developing authentic relationships linked to student achievement as key to increased student achievement.
Laura Tota is a Senior Associate for District and School Design at CCE. After transformative experiences in the Worcester Public Schools, Laura pursued studies in education policy and management with a focus on family engagement and educational equity. Her passions include family-school-community partnerships, professional learning communities, and personalized learning practices.
Irene Logan served as Senior Associate for English Language Learner Programming at CCE. As a former ESL teacher and principal, Irene engaged with leaders to increase awareness of the importance of personalizing learning and to advocate for all learners on their pathway to academic success.
Dr. Ramona Treviño served as CCE’s Senior Director for District and School Design after successful experience as an executive leader, campus principal, and special education teacher with diverse populations in a variety of national and international settings. As a clinical professor and fellow at the University of Texas’ Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, she also coordinated the U.T. Urban Education Project.
Karla E. Vigil is the co-founder of EduLeaders of Color Rhode Island, aiming to create change in education by cultivating spaces for leaders of color invested in dismantling inequities, strengthening organizations led by people of color, and fostering coalitions and community partnerships.