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TRACY L. GRAY

CEO. Founder. President. Ed Tech Consultant. Public Speaker. Entrepreneur. ​

Throughout my extensive career, I've shared my expertise in 21st Century Learning with educators and students across diverse locations, spanning Connecticut, California, Michigan, Ohio, New York, China, Nigeria, and Germany.
My journey began over two decades ago as a classroom teacher at P.S. 175 in Harlem, leading me to roles as a progressive educator at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School and, later, Director of Studies at The Carey School in San Mateo, California. As the lead administrator, I focused on curriculum development, instruction, assessment, teacher supervision, and student life.
I founded my nonprofit, Sankofa Global Project in 2013 and channeled my passion for teaching and learning by developing S.T.E.A.M. education programs and curricula. I've forged partnerships with organizations to provide workforce development programs across various sectors, including government, construction, energy, transportation, healthcare, education, and manufacturing.
In 2016, I joined the Council on Women and Girls and the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance at President Obama’s I Have a Dream Workshop on Inclusive Youth Entrepreneurship. The White House officially recognized the Sankofa Global Project’s programs for our dedication to expanding STEM Learning nationwide. In 2017, I hosted Sankofa Global Project's inaugural Tech Education Conference, leading to the creation of a women-led team that produced the 2018 "It's A Family Affair” (IAFA), featuring an education conference, a Hack-a-Thon, and Community S.T.E.A.M. events.
I've served as an Adjunct Instructor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and Brooklyn College, supporting the success of over 50 educators. I've presented groundbreaking research at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. I am currently a remote Adjunct Instructor at Hochschule Bielefeld – University of Applied Sciences and Arts and present at HSBI's International Week annually every May.

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