Alexandra Corwin

Alexandra Corwin (she/hers) double majored in women’s and gender studies, and African Black Diaspora studies, at DePaul University. She received her master’s degree in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a certificate in Restorative Justice at the Intersections of Indigeneity, Spirituality and Race from the Harvard Divinity School. In 2020, Alexandra had the joy of creating and instructing RRC’s Teaching and Learning course. She spent several years at Worker’s Circle leading children’s education programs and community organizing. Alexandra is passionate about values-based leadership and formally held the role of director of leadership at Teach for America. She is the executive director of Ammud: Jews of Color Torah Academy. In her free time, she spends time with her family, creates vegan versions of her family’s Peruvian recipes and writes poetry. Keep in touch with her by signing up for her newsletter at:


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