Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging

Commitment to Diversity

Kingswood Oxford School is committed to creating and maintaining a workplace and educational environment that welcomes and includes a range of identities, backgrounds, and experiences and in which everyone experiences a sense of belonging. We do that through our student and parent engagement, professional development for faculty and staff, and course content. Through our commitment, Kingswood Oxford School seeks to maintain a workplace and educational environment in which everyone is able to reach his or her full potential and continuously improve his or her contribution to Kingswood Oxford School and the community.

Meet Dr. Donique McIntosh: Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging

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  • Dr. Donique McIntosh Bio

    Dr. McIntosh has extensive experience in the area of diversity, equity, and inclusion practices (DEI) as both an educator, facilitator, and administrator. In addition to her time working in higher ed, she has worked with non-profits, faith-based organizations, and K-12 schools on their diversity and equity-related work. 

    Additionally, she has published in the DEI field and has presented at a multitude of conferences, and advocated for social change at the state and federal level. 

    In addition to her doctorate, Dr. McIntosh earned master's degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Tennessee after graduating from Fisk University as an undergraduate. 
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