Roberto “Tito” Soto-Carrión is an equity-centered facilitator, strategist, educator, coach, and researcher, living and working at the intersection of anti-racism and emergent strategy. He has worked with leaders, organizations, and networks on the front lines of social change, educational equity, anti-racism, and youth power for nearly two decades.
Tito previously held director roles at The Center for Racial Justice in Education and The International Youth Leadership Institute. He is also a previous Restorative Justice Coordinator for Make the Road New York. Most recently, Tito served as an Equity Transformation Specialist with Courageous Conversation, where he provided training, coaching, and consulting services for racial equity leaders around the world.
As a social change architect, Tito supports racial justice advocates to build political analysis, skills, and leadership for dismantling structural racism and oppression. Grounded in strong relationships, he co-creates pathways for organizational change and actionable opportunities for equity.
Tito is a proud Boricua and born and bred New Yorker (BX!). He is a die-hard New York Knicks fan, enjoys watching documentary films, and is a tech gadget nerd. He is most happy by the ocean and you can often catch him on the beach with his dog Kiko. Tito currently resides between Brooklyn, NY and San Juan, Puerto Rico.