Anti-Racist Coach (for Education Leaders) (Remote)

Work Type: Contract

About Tracey A. Benson Consulting    


Tracey A. Benson Consulting strives to be the launching pad for meaningful change and improvement toward racial equity for individual school systems. Our firm specializes in designing comprehensive equity audits, custom needs analysis, diagnostic racial equity evaluation, strategic planning and implementation, and anti-racist leadership development. 

Our flagship program, The Anti-Racist Leadership Institute is designed to help education leaders build knowledge, skills, and ability, while concurrently developing a concise, high-yield plan of action to increase racial equity. This program, which includes a 40 hour educator, anti-racist master class and ongoing coaching and support, is a unique approach to racial equity consulting. In this model,  leaders in education institutions not only build their knowledge and set goals, but also implement the strategies over a 3 month period with the support of an expert anti-racist leadership coach. 

Through our domestic and international collaborations with state agencies, school districts, colleges and universities, and education-based organizations, we have improved the lifetime outcomes of students of color by being laser-focused on solving the most intractable, contemporary racial equity issues. Learn more at     

The Role

This is a 1099 remote contract position up to 15 hours per week with opportunities to grow.  Our Ant-Racist Leadership coaches support education leaders (i.e. superintendents, principals, education-based organization leaders, etc.) to improve their capacity to lead through an anti-racist lens in their organization. After participants complete our Anti-Racist Leadership Master Class they are assigned a coach who guides them over the next 3 months to not only grow in their capacity to lead their education institutions through an anti-racist  lens, but to implement a particular strategy (e.g. examining why there is disproportionate representation in the Special Education program, constructing a new institution-wide policy and rolling it out to all staff members).


  • Conducts virtual  one-on-one 1-hour coaching sessions with each education leader assigned 6 times every other week
  • Supports leaders with engaging with their self-developed, anti-racism growth plan
  • Acts as a thought and accountability partner as the leader implements their anti-racist action plan within their organization
  • Supports leaders to develop weekly micro goals
  • Holds leaders accountable for implementing weekly micro-goals
  • Other duties as necessary and relating to coaching participants to achieve their anti-racist leadership goals

Required Education:

  • B.A., B.S. OR Education and/or work experience equivalent



  • 10 or more years of experience in the education sector
  • Two or more years of education leadership experience
  • Deep experience with engaging others around topics of race, racism, and anti-racism
  • Comprehensive knowledge of K-12 education institution structures, processes, and culture
  • Experience coaching, facilitating workshops, and/or training
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality

Preferred Qualifications

  • M.A., EDD and/or PHD is preferred  OR Education and/or work experience equivalent


Along with your application, please provide a cover letter that addresses the three items below. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.

1. Throughout your career in education, in what ways has systemic racism/ white supremacy shown up? Please provide a specific example of how you addressed a situation of racial equity that was affecting students or share in hindsight how you would have hoped to address it.

2. Describe your coaching style and/or leadership style.

3. How might you motivate a reluctant adult learner towards self-improvement?

EEO Statement

Tracey A. Benson Consulting, as a firm and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), has an unyielding commitment to equity as part of our mission and in our workplace. We are an equal opportunity employer that invites individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds to join us in our mission. All considerations for employment, promotion and termination are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. Come as you are.

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