Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Diversity Equity & Inclusion at Trevor

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  • Diversity

    Trevor is a vibrant and inclusive community school. We draw our diverse student body from a multitude of boroughs, counties, zip codes, and countries of family origin. Our community is truly global.

    Trevor strives for a commitment in its students, faculty, staff, and leadership to three interrelated principles: diversity, equity, and inclusion beyond oneself. Each of these principles is a guiding force in our curriculum; student services; admissions practices; faculty and staff recruitment as well as professional development; and ongoing strategic thinking and planning.

    Directors of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion lead this programming and are always available for discourse and counsel. A Steering Committee is composed of the Directors of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, parent representatives, and faculty and staff—all of whom are dedicated to this work.
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Affinity Groups and Cultural & Advocacy Clubs for Trevor Students

  • African Diaspora
  • Feminism
  • Gay Straight Alliance
  • Japanese Culture
  • Latin American Culture
  • Multiple Identities One World
  • Queers & Allies
  • Students Of Color Affinity
  • The Allyship Club

Affinity and Advocacy Groups for Parents

  • Parents of Color Affinity Group (POCA)
  • Trevor Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

Affinity and Advocacy Groups for Employees

  • Trevor Employee People of Color Network (TPOCN)
  • Trevor White Employees for Racial Equity (WERE)
  • Trevor Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Team

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Koreé Hood

    Koreé Hood 

    Assistant Head of School for Inclusivity, Equity, and Community Affairs
  • Photo of Debra Alleyne-James

    Debra Alleyne-James 

    Associate Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Associate Admissions Director for Diversity
  • Photo of Eugenia Nascimento

    Eugenia Nascimento 

    Nursery, Head Teacher and Director of DEI Parent Programming and Community Engagement
  • Photo of Emily Riggins

    Emily Riggins 

    Grade 2, Head Teacher and Director of DEI Faculty Programming and Affinity Groups
  • Photo of Joseph Ulitto

    Joseph Ulitto 

    Upper School, French Teacher and Advisor and Director of DEI Student Programing and Affinity Groups

Trevor Parent

There’s a richness in cultures, experiences, and knowledge. Community is so ingrained in the curriculum and the school.
Ambitious academics.  Engaged students.  Balanced lives.

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