Jason Biehl is an anti-racist educator, born and raised in D.C., with over 20 years of experience working in education with youth from diverse backgrounds. In 2017, he founded Change The Narrative, and works collaboratively as an educational consultant to further racial equity within organizations and schools. He believes in the benefit of “interrogating whiteness” work and is a trained facilitator, who is active in nurturing anti-racist community. As part of the Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ DC) Education team, he worked on curriculum development and organized a Masculinity and Whiteness Reading Group, which has become meaningful and transformative for white men in this work. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in African-American Studies and received his Social Studies teaching credential from San Francisco State University.
Experience as a coach (formal/informal)
Experience as a facilitator
Food and agriculture, Education, Race equity, Jason has a history teaching, social justice and Black Studies background. He has some experience with organizing and activism in D.C. (such as for affordable housing and against gentrification and displacement)
Areas of development and learning
UFacilitate exists to coach leaders so they can create the conditions that are needed to drive inclusion and collaboration.