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Mahtab Mahmoodzadeh holds a Master’s in Education and has been teaching and leading equity work in schools since 1996. She has taught in K-12 at all levels, and teaching and leading in anti-racist work as a classroom practitioner. She currently serves as a Director of Diversity, a senior role in her school which she has held for 6 years. She has a background in African American history and international relations and adaptive leadership for equity. She has worked in a variety of settings in her work, from strategic planning for equity and inclusion, hiring for diversity and cultural competency, to training and consulting with charter schools and school districts on equity and inclusion practices. Her work is in supporting individuals and institutions to develop their capacity to discern, address and eradicate systems of injustice that are often ingrained, pervasive, multifaceted, intricate, and thus more intractable as they operate in their schools. She operates to build capacity and to co-create culture for sustained and ongoing work in communities. She is at most joy when she is in alignment with her creativity and in any embodied practice is home to her. She considers herself a lover of humanity and her accomplishment to be in service to others. The lights of her life are her children.

Mahtab Mahmoodzadeh M.Ed

[she/her/hers]

Director of Diversity & Inclusion

The Overlake School

20301 NE 108th Street • Redmond, WA 98053

P 425-602-7048  C 415-377-2932 •

e mmahmoodzadeh@overlake.org

www.overlake.org

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This Method, which provides instant insights and lasting results helps you uncover your vision, create an action plan, gives you accountability and cherishes you along the way with cheerleading and celebration. You'll also discover your inner closet via exploring beloved possessions in your home to find personal themes and create a one-of-a-kind Style Statement. This "aha" experience will transform the way you get dressed and positively impact your closet, business, career and life as well as the way you show up IRL, on camera & social media.

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IF YOU ONLY LISTEN TO ONE EPISODE, LISTEN TO THIS ONE: 

Mahtab Mahmoodzadeh holds a Master’s in Education and has been teaching and leading equity work in schools since 1996. She has taught in K-12 at all levels, and teaching and leading in anti-racist work as a classroom practitioner. She currently serves as a Director of Diversity, a senior role in her school which she has held for 6 years. She has a background in African American history and international relations and adaptive leadership for equity. She has worked in a variety of settings in her work, from strategic planning for equity and inclusion, hiring for diversity and cultural competency, to training and consulting with charter schools and school districts on equity and inclusion practices. Her work is in supporting individuals and institutions to develop their capacity to discern, address and eradicate systems of injustice that are often ingrained, pervasive, multifaceted, intricate, and thus more intractable as they operate in their schools. She operates to build capacity and to co-create culture for sustained and ongoing work in communities. She is at most joy when she is in alignment with her creativity and in any embodied practice is home to her. She considers herself a lover of humanity and her accomplishment to be in service to others. The lights of her life are her children.

Mahtab Mahmoodzadeh M.Ed

[she/her/hers]

Director of Diversity & Inclusion

The Overlake School

20301 NE 108th Street • Redmond, WA 98053

P 425-602-7048  C 415-377-2932 •

e mmahmoodzadeh@overlake.org

www.overlake.org

“You don’t change the world with the ideas in your mind, but with the conviction in your heart.” Bryan Stevenson

___________

Female-identifying (or non-binary) and want to be a guest? Book here!

About Erin

Erin Keam is a Clarity & Confidence & Closet Coach with her own insightful, fun and unique Method developed from her years spent in media, retail, marketing, TV & film production, real estate, copywriting, sales., the self-development field and a passion for fashion.

This Method, which provides instant insights and lasting results helps you uncover your vision, create an action plan, gives you accountability and cherishes you along the way with cheerleading and celebration. You'll also discover your inner closet via exploring beloved possessions in your home to find personal themes and create a one-of-a-kind Style Statement. This "aha" experience will transform the way you get dressed and positively impact your closet, business, career and life as well as the way you show up IRL, on camera & social media.

To invest in a personalized strategy session click here (and you'll also find out more): https://bit.ly/ClarityAndCloset

Or go to my website, erinkeam.com.

You can also follow me on:
Facebook
Instagram
LinkedIn


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