Fa’izah Bradford is an educator and experienced racial equity leader and facilitator. As a leader working across private, public, and non-profit sectors, she promotes, and guides systems change and mission fidelity through the evaluation, implementation, and execution of policies and procedures. She brings knowledge and perspective on building foundations and systems coherence within the K-12 education space.
Fa’izah has extensive experience in authentic community engagement and coaching adults in the utility of decision-making, with the intent to expose and eliminate inequities, structural disparities, and the practice of antiracism in organizations and institutions. Her unique and generative ability to hold space for courageous and potentially divisive conversations, has often led to organizations having increased awareness and understanding, and greater conviction for goal alignment and strategy development.
Fa’izah received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Northwest University and has a Master of Education degree from Washington State University. She also holds a Certificate in Education Finance from Georgetown University; and is a current Nexus Fellow through the Equity Lab
She currently works for Community Center for Education Results (CCER) as the Senior Director for Strategy for Racial Equity Impact and is fulfilling her elected term as School Board Director for Highline Public Schools.