Kim Beamon

Kim Beamon is a Black woman who grew up in a close-knit Black community in New Haven, CT. Kim attended South Central Community College after high school, and matriculated to Northeastern University where she earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice. Her concentration was Juvenile Justice. Kim went on to earn her MSW in Clinical Social Work from Smith College, and a postgraduate certificate in Child and Adolescent Therapy from Boston University School of Social Work. Kim served as Associate Dean/Assistant Director at MIT in The Office Of Minority Education. She relocated to Pennsylvania in 2007 and retired in June of 2023 from The Agnes Irwin School where she spent 16 years and served as the Director of Student Support Services, Diversity Equity and Inclusion Coordinator. The work of anti-racism, DEIB and decentering whiteness is essential to her walk on the planet.

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