Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Kingswood Oxford

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

A Deep & Ongoing Commitment To Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging

Kingswood Oxford School is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive environment where individuals from all backgrounds can contribute to our success as an institution. Kingswood Oxford School welcomes and encourages a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints and recognizes the contributions of all of its faculty, staff, students, and families. Our commitment to working toward an environment that values diversity requires everyone to further their understanding of diversity, including why differences matter and how they improve and enrich the School. Through our commitment, Kingswood Oxford seeks to maintain a workplace and educational environment in which everyone can reach his or her full potential and continuously improve his or her contribution to Kingswood Oxford and the community.

 

Bring your authentic self to KO.

Everyone is welcome here.

 

Meet Dr. Donique McIntosh

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

 

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 levels. 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.

 

 

“KO is a very tight-knit school. You’re going to know everyone by face if not by name. It’s very judgment free. We celebrate the differences in us, and that’s what brings us together because no person is an exact copy and paste of one another. We want you to grow in your strengths and work on your weaknesses in a productive way.”

— Charlotte, senior

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