Practicing Equity as a Supervisor Series

Nov 01, 2023 2:30PM—Jan 24, 2024 5:30PM



Cost Early Bird Pricing for Members (Available until Oct 4): $625 members; $525 group-rate 3+; $1,000 non-members

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Practicing Equity as a Supervisor Series

SESSION 1: November 1, 2023 | 2:30pm - 5:30pm

SESSION 2: January 24, 2024 | 2:30pm - 5:30pm


As supervisors, our role is to support, edify, and manage our teams in ways that align with our organizational values. Our teams are increasingly more diverse in identity, increasing our need to ensure we cultivate a space where everyone can thrive. In this series, participants will develop practices that support personal, professional, and organizational goals for staff development that are unique to their schools (e.g. self-reflection, examining power and influence, and/or organizational culture assessment). Participants will apply equity-based leadership, management, and decision-making theories to build management and supervision strategies. These strategies will support their engagement with diverse teams using pre-session surveys, case studies, and work time within the program to build a unique management toolkit.

If you attended CATDC’s May program, Practicing Equity as a Supervisor, you will have the opportunity to go deeper into the practices and theories shared, as well as time to cultivate a toolkit that will support your unique management or supervisory experience.


Following this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how they can use equity-based leadership theories in staff development that are unique to their roles and teams
  • Explain and create an actionable roadmap for how forms of power can be used to empower staff and colleagues
  • Employ one strategy to support organizational change


This virtual series is ideal for any educator, administrator, or staff member with a supervision role in schools. Please consider attending with a team from your school!


CATDC is offering a coaching component for individuals or teams from our member schools to deepen their experiences in this program series. While the program is designed to provide participants with tools and skills, as well as a roadmap for designing practices that will support their unique communities, we know that the opportunity for reflection, processing, and planning forward with a skilled coach will anchor and amplify your learning and the potential impact at your school site.  We hope you will consider deepening your investment in this learning and providing yourself or your team additional, customized time to work through the complexities of the practices shared in implementation with Dr. Jenn Wells and Nick Daily. For an additional $200, Nick Daily will provide individuals with 30 minutes of online coaching. For an additional $750, Dr. Jenn Wells and Nick Daily will provide teams with 90 minutes of online coaching. This opportunity will support your growth and evolve practices that will bring equity to systems of supervision in your school communities. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions!

Do you work at an independent school outside of California? Click here for a discount on our non-member registration!



Jenn Wells, Ed.D. (She/Her) is the Director of Equity and Inclusion at Marlborough School, an independent girls school in Los Angeles. Receiving her B.A. in American Literature and Culture with an Education Studies minor from the University of California, Los Angeles, Jenn Wells  received her Masters in Higher Education Administration from New York University and Doctorate of Education in Organizational Change & Leadership at the University of Southern California. Jenn’s 12 year career in higher education has focused on student leadership development with an emphasis on creating equitable learning environments and social justice education for college students. In her current position, Jenn works as a chief diversity officer for Marlborough School in Los Angeles, directing campus-wide leadership, programming, and initiatives aimed supporting the School’s commitment to inclusion, equity, and accountability. Jenn’s dissertation focused on exploring the organizational resistance faced by college chief diversity officers in impacting institutional change.


Nick Daily (He/They) is the Founder & CEO of LuvServedDaily Consulting. Nick Daily is a Black Queer person whose values are LuvServedDaily. He has been facilitating workshops and providing consultation for over a decade. Prior to their work as Founder and CEO of LuvServedDaily Consulting, they served as the chief diversity officer at a large public community college. He loves playing and watching friends and family play video games, karaoke, and road cycling. Nick centers the humanity and experiences of everyone trying to make a positive change in the world. The Luv and joy at the core of their work carries throughout the style and content of the diversity, equity, and inclusion workshops and keynotes they provide to organizations.

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