Stephanie Roberson has 14 years of experience in education and social change work. Stephanie has worked as a middle school teacher, K-5 school administrator, and has spent the last several years engaging in clinical work with children from targeted communities. Stephanie’s work includes the development of SixOne, a collective of middle school children in St. Louis who work to desegregate spaces and engage in policy work that is important to them. Stephanie also co-coordinated the Students of Color Collective at Portland State University, whose work with the PSU School of Social Work has been utilized in national conversations around social work education. Stephanie has sat on multiple professional panels and engaged in grassroots policy work at the state and national level. Stephanie is an experienced teacher and facilitator with respect to restorative justice, decolonizing spaces, equity and liberation work, and culturally humble curricula and instruction. Stephanie has undergraduate degrees in International Business and Romance Languages and Literatures, has completed Master’s Level work in Education and Social Work, and is bilingual in English and Spanish. Stephanie is a cisgender, temporarily abled woman of color who loves to garden and occasionally has to pry the jaws of her pitbull puppy off of anything plastic, inedible, or dangerous she can find.