Liz Fernandez is a Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach with JONES. She is bilingual and bicultural educator, trainer, and speaker. She has written curriculum and facilitated workshops throughout the Americas, Asia, and South Africa focused on gender identity, cross cultural competency, conflict management, and curriculum development for grades pre-Kindergarten through twelfth grade.
She has served as an administrator, teacher and facilitator in the independent school community and currently, serves as the Dean of the Class of 2013 at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School where she teaches Ethics.
Between 2000-2011, Liz served on the faculty of the National Association of Independent Schools, Student Leadership Diversity Conference (SDLC) and for eight years was a co-chair.
She is an alumnae of and serves on the Board of Directors of Bloomingdale Family Head Start Programs, Inc. a NYC pre-school program serving low-income families with comprehensive educational support services.
Ms. Fernandez holds a BA in Sociology and Anthropology from Hamilton College and an MA in Social Sciences with a concentration in Sociology and Education from Binghamton University, State University of New York. Currently Liz is pursuing an Ed.M. at Columbia University, Teacher's College, Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership.
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