Bryan Kariuki

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Numeracy Instructional Leader, Intrepid College Prep

Nashville, Tennessee

Bryan Kariuki serves as the numeracy instructional leader at Intrepid College Prep, a public charter school in Antioch, Tennessee. Prior to this role, he served as the seventh-grade math instructor at both Liberty Collegiate Academy and then at Intrepid.

Bryan is a Vanderbilt University graduate with a M.Ed. in instructional practice from Lipscomb University. He is also a Teach For America Alumni of the Greater Nashville Region and has worked as an intern for the organization, in which his work focused on the arc of development for teacher-leadership in the region. Each day he is charged by making sure that each child, regardless of zip code or skin color, has the opportunity to receive an excellent education.

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