Profile: Miriam D. Ezzani
Dr. Miriam Ezzani is an assistant professor of Educational Leadership at Texas Christian University. With academic and professional roots in urban education, her areas of scholarship are in culturally responsive leadership within the context of district/school reform, specifically on issues of race and faith. She served as a school administrator in the state of California and prior to that as a literacy coach and teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District. She is an alumna of the University of Southern California (USC), where she earned a doctorate in K-12 Educational Leadership. Lastly, she has been affiliated with and attended UCEA conventions since 2013. Since 2013 she has served UCEA in various capacities: co-editor of the Features section of the UCEA Review (2018-present), discussant and mentor for GSS (2018 to present), member of Culbertson Award Committee (2019), member and then chair of EC Nominating Committee (2017/2020), convention planning committee member (2017), member of UCEA Program Centers Advisory Board (2017-2023), member of UCEA Center for International Study of School Leadership (2017-2020), plenum representative (2015-2019), and program proposal reviewer (2013-present).