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Kenya Bradshaw
Vice President of Community Engagement

K-12

  • Public opinion and advocacy
  • Achievement Gap
  • African American students
  • Civil rights
  • Low-income students
  • Poverty
  • Race and diversity
  • School reform
  • Community involvement
  • Parent involvement

As Vice President of Community Engagement, Kenya Bradshaw oversees TNTP’s strategy to support districts in dramatically transforming their approach to community engagement in order to create real and lasting changes in education. Previously, Kenya led TNTP’s work with the Houston Independent School District to develop an effective teacher evaluation system, and completely redesign the district’s staffing process and compensation system. Before joining TNTP, Kenya served as the Tennessee Executive Director for Stand for Children. In 2008, her work with the Shelby County Office of Early Childhood and Youth led to the creation of child impact statements as a tool for local governments to use to ensure that every action they take is in the best interest of children. She has served on numerous boards including the National Civil Rights Museum, the Girl Scouts of the Mid-South, Tennessee Pre-K State Advisory Council, and Common Ground, a local racial reconciliation effort. Kenya received her BS in marketing and MBA at The University of Tennessee.