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Quantum 10: Transforming Systems of Single Best Approaches to Equity in Education

Prepare to be inspired as Dr. Talisa Sullivan introduces Quantum Ten (Q10), a new framework designed to encourage the intentional integration of evidence-based educational theories, practices, and frameworks. The Q10 Elements are all researched based and together promote equity for all. You will be engaged in understanding the thought process behind the development of this mega multi-tiered integrated system of support, which addresses student needs above and beyond academic, behavior, and social-emotional aspects. Join Dr. Talisa Sullivan as she takes you on a journey featuring the Q10 Elements, the Core Four, and the Six Phase Continuum.

About Dr. Talisa Sullivan:

Dr. Sullivan has been an educator for close 20 years serving students, teachers, staff, parents, and the community across four large counties: Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange. She specializes in serving marginalized youth who have experienced intergenerational inequities and marginalization and has built a rapport as an equity leader for county offices, comprehensive and alternative schools, and programs throughout the Greater Los Angeles Area. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and a Teaching Credential from Cal State Dominguez Hills, a Master of Arts in Educational Administration
from Cal State San Bernardino, and a PhD. in Education with an emphasis on Urban Leadership from Claremont Graduate University.

In addition to serving as a teacher and administrator in K-12 public education, Dr. Sullivan has served as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education for the Teacher Education Program as well as the Doctoral
in Education Leadership Program at local Universities. She also serves as the Founder, CEO, and Lead Consultant for Transformational Leadership Consulting “TLC” Services. She has delivered Keynote speeches at local universities and school districts as well as served as a breakout session speaker at several major conferences.

Dr. Sullivan has a magnitude of knowledge and training in education and is passionate about working with educators who prepare students for 21st Century college and careers. She specializes in the following areas;
Adaptive Leadership, Equitable Practices, Marginalized Populations, Alternative Education, Restorative Justice, Diversity, Leadership Development, Cultural Proficiency. She has developed an equity framework called Quantum Ten (Q10) https://q10equityineducation.com/.

Dr. Sullivan is currently writing a book on historically marginalized student groups. In the 21st Century, historically underserved student groups continue to be marginalized in our educational system which later causes them to be marginalized in society. Dr. Sullivan’s book speaks to the historical positioning of these student groups and provides insight on accounts throughout history that have contributed to the historical and intergenerational marginalization of African Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans.