Meme Styles is the President and founder of an award-winning social justice nonprofit and has 15 years of experience working in organizational leadership, research, social science and community organizing. Meme is responsible for numerous social justice-focused programs and projects in Texas and California and is a powerful force in the ecosystem of diversity, equity and inclusion research as she uses her lived-experience and tireless energy to encourage others to be anti racist.
Mrs. Styles holds a Bachelor's of Science in Communications, Masters Of Public Administration with a concentration on National Security, a Certificate in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion from Cornell and was certified in Performance Measurement through George Washington University College of Professional Studies.
She is also the wife of a US Veteran and the mother of 4.
Anup Pandey maintains over 30 years of experience working in all aspects of data - from data collection system design and development to data processing, analysis/visualization and data science. His work in data started with building applications for compliance management for medium to large corporations. Consulting work for over 3 decades in various industries has enabled him to provide multidimensional value in all stages of data flow and analysis for a variety of industries. With new data analytical tools, focuses on visualization and insight automated dashboard/reporting development.
Dr. Holly Williams’ life’s work has been to improve outcomes for students in public education. She has carried out this work at the state and district level and has led the Department of Research and Evaluation in the Austin Independent School District for over twenty years. She leads a team of highly skilled master's and PhD level researchers whose mission is to support positive outcomes for students by providing timely, user-friendly, relevant information that district staff and stakeholders at every level use to make critical programmatic decisions. Holly received her doctoral degree in educational psychology, with a specialization in quantitative methods, from the University of Texas and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Southern Methodist University. She is licensed as a psychologist in the state of Texas. Her career has included evaluation of an array of programs in educational settings, as well as research in education and in health psychology, with a specialization in immune system functioning. As a clinical practitioner, she has served as a diagnostician and crisis intervention counselor in school settings.
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