Pamela Denise LongGrand Canyon University | GCU
Pamela Denise Long
Dissertation: Implementation drivers & contextual determinants of PreK-12 racial equity: Executive leadership case study
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PAMELA DENISE LONG is principal of Youthcentrix® Learning Lab. Her consulting, speaking, writing, and research center on implementation and evaluation of trauma-informed practices and institutional racial equity. DENISE consults with & studies practitioners, executive leadership teams & organizational transformation committees in their efforts related to effective executive functions, contextual determinants, & trauma-informed approaches w/ focus on multigenerational Black Americans.
July 2017 - July 2022
- Oversaw daily classroom operations and administrative processes focused on success for graduate and undergraduate students. Proficient with Blackboard LMS. EPFR-315 Educational Psychology EPFR-320 Foundations of Education in a Multicultural Society EPFR-515 Issues in Learning Theory EPFR-520 Analysis of Educational Issues: Philosophical and Historical Foundations
June 2016 - July 2021
May 2014 - August 2015
Field of study
- Educational Psychology / Learning and Cognition (CAPSTONE: Cross Cultural Critical Competencies for Family Life Educators Working with Afrocentric African American Families)
Implementation science is an evolving field that aims to use evidence and rigorously acquired knowledge to close quality and outcome gaps in health and human services. However, we still have work to do as a field to advance equity, particularly for historically underserved populations. We suggest three calls to action for the implementation science...
In this chapter, the authors describe the relevance and importance of principles for collaborative evaluation work addressing inequities and social injustice. They provide a brief introduction to Principles-Focused Evaluation and describe Principles for Collaborating for Equity and Justice to provide a rational for using the Principles-Focused Eval...
In this chapter, the authors describe the relevance and importance of principles for collaborative evaluation work addressing inequities and social injustice. They provide a brief introduction to Principles‐Focused Evaluation and describe Principles for Collaborating for Equity and Justice to provide a rational for using the Principles‐Focused Eval...
Mandatory DEI statements have become a standard practice for faculty selection, promotion, and grant funding. I would like to hear your experience with the use of DEI statements in your career and/or the processes you've otherwise observed.
Please tell me:
- As currently implemented, what do DEI statements accomplish, in your observation/opinion?
- Are DEI statements as effective as they could be?
- What suggestions do you have for the betterment (effectiveness) of DEI statements?