Anthony Witte has been an educator for 18 years, recently at Children’s Day School in San Francisco as their Director of Inclusion, after teaching Mandarin at Head-Royce School in Oakland. His graduate studies in Education, Equity, and Social Justice from San Francisco State University ignited a passion for finding ways to help people from all backgrounds move from awareness to social action. He currently serves on the board of POCIS, and previously for NAIS as a presenter at the People of Color Conference and as a co-author of Diversity Work in Independent Schools: The Practice and the Practitioner. Anthony recently founded Witte's End Consulting and is now an independent diversity consultant.
Surviving and Sustaining: People of Color in Independent Schools
This three-part online workshop serves to encourage local collaboration and provide tangible takeaways that affirm the experiences of People of Color (PoC) in independent schools and the broader community.
From Theory to Action: DEI for White Administrators
This three-part online workshop is designed to be a brave space where white administrators (i.e. Assistant Heads of School, Division Heads, Deans, DEI Directors) can look at their own identity, their school community, and the values that their schools’ aim to incorporate.
Articles & Resources
Book: Diversity Work in Independent Schools
If putting diversity at the center of your school is important to you, this handbook offers a wealth of information and inspiration. Co-authored by Anthony Witte and fellow independent school professionals for independent school professionals.
Video: Surviving and Sustaining
CATDC's Executive Director, Lisa Haney, discusses our upcoming ongoing program, Surviving and Sustaining: People of Color in Independent Schools with facilitators Quise Rodriguez Edwards and Anthony Witte.