Kimberly Diaz

Guest Blogger

CEO, oneTILT

Charlottesville, Virginia

Kimberly Diaz is co-founder and CEO of oneTILT, an organization that grows education managers to lead from a place of equity and innovation. She brings more than eight years of nonprofit management and teaching experience at Teach For America to oneTILT. Kimberly holds a BA in Psychology and Economics from the University of Virginia, an MAT from American University and is currently pursuing her MBA as a Forte Fellow and Consortium Scholar at UVA’s Darden School of Business. She loves SoulCycle, the Yankees and all things Celia Cruz.

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Posted Mar. 20, 2018

I Used to Think Entrepreneurship Was Just for White Guys

The hustle never stops. This time, I was racing for an afternoon coffee with fellow entrepreneurs. I threw my University…

By Kimberly Diaz

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Posted July 10, 2020

Black Lives Don’t Matter to Trump and DeVos. That’s Why They’re in a Hurry to Send Our Kids Back to School.

A few weeks ago, I watched my good friend’s nephew jump and tussle around on a trampoline with his friends at his eighth birthday party.…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted July 8, 2020

Donald Trump Will Never Give Us the Smart, Nuanced Conversation We Need About Going Back to School

As COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the end of the 2019-2020 school year, parents and politicians nationwide sang the praises of teachers across the country—and it…

By Lindsey Jensen

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Posted July 8, 2020

Black Girls Need Police-Free Schools

We are at a precipice. Advocates and school leaders in nearly 100 districts all over the country have called for the removal of police in…

By Nia Evans, Kayla Patrick

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