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Katherine Cumings Mansfield
Biographical Information

Katherine Cumings Mansfield is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). Mansfield graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a PhD in Educational Policy and Planning and graduate credentials in Women’s and Gender Studies. Mansfield’s interdisciplinary scholarship examines educational policy and practice as it relates to identity intersectionalities such as gender, class, and race across P-20 contexts. Mansfield has published in a variety of venues, including: Educational Administration Quarterly, Education Policy Analysis Archives, Educational Studies, Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, Journal of Research on Leadership Education, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, and Teachers College Record. In addition, Mansfield has co-edited two books: Women Interrupting, Disrupting, and Revolutionizing Education Policy and Practice, with Whitney Sherman Newcomb, and Identity Intersectionalities, Mentoring, and Work-life (Im)balance: Educators (Re)negotiate the Personal, Professional, and Political with Anjalé Welton and Pei-Ling Lee. A first-generation college graduate, Mansfield is an award-winning researcher and teacher, garnering two dissertation awards from the American Educational Research Association in 2012, the VCU Excellence in Teaching Award in 2014, and the VCU School of Education Distinguished Junior Faculty Award in 2016. 

Distinctions at UCEA 2017-2018 PSR Virginia Commonwealth University   2018-2019 PSR The University of North Carolina at Greensboro   2019-2020 PSR
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Distinctions at UCEA
2018-2019 PSR
University of North Carolina at Greensboro