Bianca Anderson, a Dallas native, is a seasoned educator and trainer, as well as a published writer and racial justice advocate who works to dismantle racial inequities in education both nationally and internationally.

In addition to her many years of experience as an elementary and middle school teacher, teacher coach and curriculum developer in Dallas, she also served as the middle school Equity and Inclusion Coordinator at the Greenhill School, and has consulted with organizations such as Teach for America DFW and the Bickle and Brewers Future Leaders Program.  Recently, she served as a Graduate Scholar at the Diversity in Communities, Nations, and Organizations Conference in Granada, Spain, where she presented her published article about the marginalization of Black girls in school.

Bianca received her bachelor’s degree in Communications and African American History from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Educational Leadership at Dallas Baptist University.