Meet the Faculty

Stephanie Carrillo

Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (7-12)
High School History
Stephanie began teaching in 1993 at Aviva High School, a non-public school through the Department of Probation. Prior to joining Campbell Hall in 2014, she served as Teacher Leadership Development Liaison for Facing History and Ourselves. Previously, she taught History at Crossroads School where she was also the History Department Chair, Chair of the Inclusion and Multiculturalism Committee, and served as interim Dean of Students. She has been a workshop presenter and seminar facilitator on diversity, equity, and inclusion topics at various local, state, and national conferences, including National Council for Social Studies, California Council for Social Studies, California Association for Teachers of English, Online Education Strategies for Independent Schools Conference, NAIS People of Color Conference, National Association of Episcopal Schools Conference, Los Angeles County Office of Education, Alameda County Office of Education, Los Angeles Unified School Climate and Culture Summit, and World Leadership Schools Global Gathering Conference. Stephanie is a Board Member of the Southern California People of Color in Independent Schools and is a Staff Member and Facilitator Trainer for the National SEED Project since 2014. Stephanie holds a B.A. in Sociology from California State University, Fullerton.



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