About the Author
Keith Catone is Associate Director for Community Organizing and Engagement at the Annenberg Institute for School Reform (AISR). He manages AISR's technical assistance and capacity building support for community organizing and engagement in Pittsburgh, PA and the New England region. He also assists on research projects related to education organizing and engagement and serves as an adjunct lecturer for the Brown Education Department. Prior to joining AISR, he was the project director for the Youth 4 Change Alliance in Providence, Rhode Island. Previously, he taught high school social studies at Banana Kelly High School in the South Bronx and co-founded the New York Collective of Radical Educators, a citywide teacher activist organization. He serves on the advisory boards of the Education for Liberation Network and the Roger Williams University School of Education. Keith holds an AB in public policy from Brown University, and an EdM in school leadership and EdD in culture, communities, and education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and was a recipient of the 2015 Division K Teaching and Teacher Education Outstanding Dissertation Award. Born and raised in Rhode Island, he currently lives there with his partner and son.