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LISA WILLIAM-WHITE, Ph.D.

9522 Village Tree Drive

Elk Grove, CA 95758

(916) 684-0199

EDUCATION

Ph.D. University of California at Davis, Davis, CA, 2003

Education (Language, Literacy and Culture)

Dissertation area: How High Achieving African American Students

Negotiate Their Social and Academic Identities

Advisor: Dr. Karen Watson-Gegeo

M.A. University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 1994

Education (Teaching English as a Second Language) Master's Project: Black English Vernacular and Its Implications for Classroom Usage Credential University of California at Davis, Davis, CA, 1999 Single-Subject (English) B.A Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, English, (Teacher Preparation Emphasis); 1996 Journalism (Public Relations Emphasis); 1992

HONORS AND AWARDS

Distinguished Fellows Presentation Award Recipient, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL), 2006 Fulbright-Hays Scholars Program (Uganda, East Africa) California State University, Sacramento, 2002 Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution, Sacramento, CA Program sponsored by Dr. Ernest Uwazie and Dr. Cecil Canton Teacher of the Month (November) for the Sacramento City Unified School District, and recognized by the CAL Teach Program on KXTV Channel 10, 1999 Doctoral Teaching Education Fellow, University of California at Davis, 1999 Forgivable Loan Doctoral Incentive Program, Chancellor’s Office, California State University, 1997 Sally Casanova Pre-doctoral Scholar, Chancellor’s Office, California State University, 1996 Meritorious Performance Recognition for significant contribution to department/university goals, Humboldt State University, 1996 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Honoree, Educators’ Reception, Southern Alameda County Youth Council, 1994 Martin Luther King Memorial Scholarship recipient, California Teacher’s Association, 1992 Senior Women of the Year Nominee, Humboldt State University, 1992 Students Who Makes a Difference Nominee, Humboldt State University, 1992

PROFESIONAL EXPERIENCE

Administrative/Coordinator Experience Single Subject (Secondary Education) Coordinator, Bilingual and Multicultural Education Department, California State University Sacramento, Sacramento, CA. (2005-2009)

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Intensive Learning Experience Director/Educational Opportunity Program Counselor, Educational Opportunity Program, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, (1994-1997)

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College/University Teaching and Research Experience California State University, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, Bilingual/Multicultural Education Department

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RESEARCH AND CREATIVE

William-White, L. “Dare I speak of oppression on sacred ground [emphasis mine]”, (under review).

William-White, L., Wood, J.L., Essien, I., Belton, C., Muccular, G., Geary, P. and Newman, T. (2010).

Pipeline to the professoriate: a culturally-relevant mentorship model for first-generation AfricanAmerican graduate students (under review).

Berta-Avila, M. and William-White, L. “A conscious agenda for cultivating future teachers equity and social justice paradigms, (under review).

Brown, A. F. & William-White, L. (2010). We are not the same minority: The narratives of two sisters navigating identity and discourse at public and private White institutions. In R. C. Cole & C. Pauline (Eds.), Tedious Journeys: Autoethnography by Women of Color in academe (pp. 149-175).

New York:

Peter Lang.

Wong, P., Murai, H., Berta-Avila, M., William-White, L., Baker, S., Arellano, A., and Echandia, A. (2006). The M/M Center: Meeting the Demand for Multicultural, Multilingual Teacher Preparation. Teacher Education Quarterly, 34(4), 9-25.

William-White. L. “The Value of Multicultural Education,” Sacramento Magazine, Winter 2006.

William-White, L. (2004). “Choosing Democracy California State Standards Correlation Guide” for Choosing Democracy: a practical guide to multicultural education, 3rd edition, Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Campbell, D.E., Delgado-Campbell, D. and William-White, L. (2004). “How schools shortchange girls and boys,” D. Campbell (ed.) Choosing Democracy: a practical guide to multicultural education, 3rd edition, Merrill/Prentice Hall.

William-White, L. (2003). “Walking the tightrope: how high achieving African American students negotiate their social and academic identities,” published doctoral dissertation.

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William-White, L.Y. “Ebonics 101: Going Beyond the Media.” Cultural Times, Multicultural Center Newsletter, Humboldt State University, Spring 1997.

William, L.Y. “Literacy: learning late in life.” Osprey Magazine, Humboldt State University, Spring 1991.

PRESENTATIONS, PANELS AND SEMINARS

Berta-Avila, M. and William-White, L. “A conscious agenda for cultivating future teachers equity and social justice paradigms, Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, April 2010.

William-White, L., Belton, C., and Moore, C., “Cultivating the Promise: a model for promoting scholarship development, mentorship and activism amongst emergent Black educators and scholars in the ‘academy’,” International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, 2007 Distinguished Fellows Presenters, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11, 2007.





William-White, L. “Contextualizing the Journey of a Black Female Academic/Single Mother in Pursuit of the “Academy,” Paper presented (by proxy) at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, April 11, 2007.

William-White. L., Essien, I., Jones, D., Moore, C., Muccular, G., and Wood, L “Demystifying the Journey Toward Graduate School,” Panel Presentation, Humboldt State University, Educational Opportunity Program/Student Support Services, Arcata, CA. March, 24, 2007.

William-White. L. “Beyond Stereotypes: Engaging in Dialogue, Engaging in Truth,” Keynote Address, Fifth Annual Women of Color Conference, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.

March, 24, 2007.

William-White. L., Essien, I., Jones, D., Moore, C., Muccular, G., and Wood, L. “Mentoring Women-of-Color in the Academy to Work Toward Social Justice,” Panel Presentation, Fifth Annual Women of Color Conference, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. March, 24, 2007.

William-White. L. “Reading Circle for Janice Hale’s ‘Learning While Black’” Group Facilitator, John Bidwell Elementary School, Sacramento, CA. February 27, 2007.

William-White. L. “What we learn when we listen and act?: an action plan for teaching African American children,” Presentation, Natomas Unified School District Training, Sacramento, CA.

January 29, 2007.

William-White. L. “What we learn when we listen?: a synthesis of scholarship on the education of African American children,” Panel Presentation, California School Board Association, San Francisco, CA. December 2, 2006.

William-White, L., Essien, I., Moore, C., Newman, T., Wood, L. and Geary, P. “Desire and a disposition to serve, but…?: Emergent Black educators and scholars explore the intersection

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William-White, L., Belton, C., Essien, I., Moore, C., Newman, T., Wood, L. “Cultivating the promise: promoting scholarship development, mentorship, and activism amongst Black educators and scholars in the academy,” Panel Presentation, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL), Palm Springs, CA, October 19, 2006.

Arellano, A., Baker, S., Berta-Avila, M., Echandia, A., Murai, H., William-White, L. and Wong, P. "Recruiting Teachers of Color into Teaching through Teacher Education," Panel Presentation, American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA, April, 2006.

William-White, L. and William, L. “Body image issues, self-esteem and sexual exploitation,” Workshop presented at Triad Family Services Agency, Sacramento, CA, July, 2006.

William-White, L. "From the Margins to the Center: Is there room for Afrocentricism in Teacher Education Programs?" Presentation at the Twelfth Annual Multicultural Education Conference, California State University Sacramento, March, 2006.

William-White, L. “Ebonics in the Academy,” Panel Presentation for the Africans for Reeducation Innovation Consciousness and Achievement Program, California State University, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, February 21, 2005.

William-White, L. and Hoekstra, L. “Teaching for social justice: constructing culturallyresponsive curriculum for African American students,” Four-day symposium for the Area 3 Writing Project, University of California at Davis, Davis, CA, August 2004.

William-White, L. “When and where I enter? Case study of a Black Advanced Placement student in an underperforming high school,” Paper presentation at the American Education Research Association Conference (AERA) Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA, April, 2004.

William-White, L. “The road since Brown: what social science research taught us about Black students’ self-concept and achievement?” Roundtable presentation at the American Education Research Association Conference (AERA) Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA, April, 2004.

William-White, L. “When and where I enter? African American students in Advanced Placement English,” Presentation at the Tenth Annual Multicultural Education Conference, California State University, Sacramento, March, 2004.

William-White, L. and Berta-Avila, M. “Cultural competency or cultural consciousness:

understanding one’s cultural lens and worldview,” Presentation for the Leadership Summit, California State University Sacramento, October, 2003.

William-White, L. and Brown, A. “Silence, resistance and ‘performance’ amongst African American students: a critical examination of he construct of ‘acting white’ in two urban secondary schools,” Paper presented at the Florida Education Research Association, 47th Annual Meeting, Gainesville, Florida, November, 2002.

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William-White, L. "The ABC's of Ebonics: Affirming Linguistic Diversity," Paper presentation at the Eighth Annual Multicultural Education Conference, California State University, Sacramento, March, 2002.

Reitzel, A., Echague, C., and William-White, L. “Encouraging the voices of the Educands Here and Now,” Pedagogy of the Oppressed, University of Nebraska, Panel Presentation, April 1997.

William-White, L. “The Ebonics Uproar: What the Media Hasn't Told You," Third Annual Diversity Conference, Humboldt State University, February, 1997.

F.A.C.E.S. (Facing America's Changing Educational System), Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A.), Panel presentation, Humboldt State University, May 1997.

William-White, L. “Black English Vernacular and Its Role in Academe and Society,” Humboldt State University Leadership Conference, Humboldt State University, November 1995.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

International Member, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL) National Reader, Scholastic Aptitude Test, College Board, Pearson Education Group, (2005 to present) Member, American Education Research Association Member, National Council of Teachers of English Member, National Education Association Member, Urban Teaching, Learning and Research SIG, American Education Research Association Regional Reader, California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE), Educational Testing Service (ETS), (2005-2006).

Member (Faculty), Math, Engineering, Science and Liberal Arts (MESL) Academy, Sacramento, CA, (2005-present) Member, California Alliance of African American Educators (CAAAE), Sacramento Chapter, (2005-present).

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Member, Board of Directors, Mercy Educational Resource Center, (MERC), Sacramento, CA, (2004-2005) Member, Bias Review Committee, The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, Sacramento, CA (2005 to present).

Consultant, Mercy Educational Resource Center (MERC), Sacramento, CA (2004-2005) Campus-related Co-Advisor, Graduate Education Student Association (GESA), College of Education, Sacramento State University, 2006-present.

Member, Faculty and Staff Affairs, CSU, Sacramento (2002-present).

Member, Black Faculty and Staff Affairs, CSU, Sacramento (2002-present).

Advisor, Black Student Union (BSU), Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA (1995Advisor, Organization of Knowledge and Power (OKP), Ohlone College, Fremont, CA (1994).

TEACHING RECORD OF UNIVERSITY COURSES 1

Foundational Issues for a Multicultural, Pluralistic Society *Multicultural Education for a Pluralistic Society *Interdisciplinary Methods for Teacher and Learning for a Multicultural, Pluralistic Society Curriculum and Instruction in the Multilingual/Multicultural Classroom: Secondary English Methods Practicum for Student Teaching in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms *Afrocentric Curriculum and Instruction *Discourse on Race and Gender in Educational Settings (African American emphasis) Advanced Research Seminar on Bilingualism and Language Varieties in Education Educational Foundations/Ed Psychology Teaching in Elementary Schools (general methods) Educational Research

Thesis Advising

*Introduction to African American Women’s Literature *History of African American Language and Education English Composition Courses marked by an asterisk (*) were developed or revised by Dr. William-White and were approved as offerings through College and University curriculum committees.

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