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About the Authors

Terryll Bailey

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Founder and President The Allison Group

Terryll Bailey is founder and president of The Allison Group in Seattle, Washington. The consulting firm specializes in workforce development research and evaluation. With over 20 years of experience, Bailey is the external evaluator for many National Science Foundation projects and centers across multiple programs—including Advanced Technological Education, S-STEM, Improving Undergraduate STEM Education, and Hispanic-Serving Institutions—as well as not-for-profit foundations. The Allison Group has a collaborative approach to evaluation, with the goal of integrating evaluative thinking and activities into the project to focus on evidence of impact on individuals and organizations.

Jalil Bishop

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Dr. Bishop is a critical qualitative scholar with expertise on college affordability, student debt, anti-racist policymaking, and racialized geography of life opportunity. Bishop has worked with a variety of postsecondary institutions and organizations on developmental evaluations and is principal investigator of the first national study on Black student debt.

Antar Tichavakunda

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Antar A. Tichavakunda received his Ph.D. in Urban Education Policy from the University of Southern California. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of Race and Higher Education at the University of California Santa Barbara. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Tichavakunda is a product of DC Public Schools and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education Studies from Brown University. Prior to his doctoral studies, Tichavakunda worked as an 11th grade English teacher in DC Public Schools. Using qualitative inquiry, Tichavakunda has engaged in research on college readiness, Black students’ experiences at predominantly White institutions, and more broadly the sociology of race and higher education. His published work can be found in Urban Education, Educational Policy, Race Ethnicity and Education, The Review of Higher Education, and Educational Studies. His first book, Black Campus Life: The Worlds Black Students Make at a Historically White Institution, is published with SUNY Press.

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