Julia Kingsdale is an educator and diversity trainer with more than a decade of experience teaching and developing curriculum for students in grades K-16. She has worked in both the public and independent school settings in the U.S. as well as Israel, Palestine, and the Republic of Georgia. Julia recently completed her Master's Degree in critical race education studies at the University of Utah, where her research focused on identifying and counteracting settler colonial ideologies in K-12 curricula. She has also conducted original research on the use of antiracist curricula in predominantly white classrooms (book chapter forthcoming), the transracial adoption of Black and African American children by white parents, and local narratives of gentrification in Brooklyn. Julia holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Harvard University, where she studied History of Science and Health Policy.