Stacey Koff has been an educator and leader for over 25 years. Stacey began her career in LAUSD in South Los Angeles teaching Bilingual kindergarten, 1st and 3rd grades, was a bilingual coordinator, and later moved to the role of assistant principal. Presently, Stacey is in her eighth year of serving as assistant head of school at Westside Neighborhood School. She is steeped in the school’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Team, a group of teacher leaders who connect deeply with students, faculty and staff, and the parent community (a parent herself at the school for the past eight years) around challenging all stakeholders to engage in difficult conversations and think deeper regarding privilege, bias, and inclusion. The thrust of Stacey’s research interests center around the concept of “cultural humility,” a lifelong commitment to self-evaluation, self-reflection, and critique. Stacey is looking to create a contextual space in education for this concept.