We are proud to welcome our new Vice President of Technology, Andrew Cooper. Andrew is a valuable addition to our team. His experience in technology and leadership extends more than 20 years. He has worked as a Survey Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, and Technical Division Vice President.
“We could not be more excited,” Equal Opportunity Schools President Dr. Sasha Rabkin remarks. “Throughout our interview process, Andrew demonstrated a deep and abiding curiosity about our unique challenges and opportunities. His answers and questions highlighted a sincere and thoughtful approach to the ways in which technology can enable us to fulfill our mission.”
Equal Opportunity Schools would like to thank our partners and supporters for contributing to a transformational year for students, educators, and communities. Together, we impacted the lives of more than 5,000 low-income students and students of color.
Please enjoy this interactive year-end report, which highlights the successes and learnings of 2021-2022, the implementation of our 2022-2025 strategic plan, and our newly updated mission and vision statements.
Jason is an accomplished sales and education professional with over twenty years of experience. He has worked for various education solutions companies and organizations throughout his career, providing solutions to superintendents and district leaders of K-12 schools.
For 13 years, he served as a youth action officer and special education administrator in the Dallas Independent School District.
“Jason’s experience, leadership, and knowledge about low-income and students of color are invaluable to EOS,” CEO Eddie Lincoln says.
Seattle, WA – Equal Opportunity Schools announces the appointment of Marcus Knight, Janet Olson, and Darrell Powell to its Board of Directors. Knight, Olson, and Powell will begin their three-year terms on October 1, 2022, joining eight existing members.
“Marcus, Janet, and Darrell’s achievements in their respective fields of Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Finance will add a tremendous contribution to our scaling and impact on the lives of students of color and low-income students,” said EOS CEO Eddie Lincoln. “We are excited to learn from their unique experiences.”
Collectively, We analyzed student survey data, administrative school files, school course enrollment, and interviewed 10 school leaders and educators across six districts.
We found that many aspiring young Black and Latino students across the nation show a love for #science early on and express an interest in pursuing it as a career. They want to discover something new, to make a difference, and to help their families & their communities, like @KizzyPhD.