(972) 628-5468 | firstname.lastname@example.org WHY INCLUSION WORK
: To be known
- this is a fundamental promise of school, one which we believe as a parent when we watch our child skip into the schoolhouse, or else as a student when we muster up the courage to share our voice in class for the first time, or else as a teacher when we ask a colleague for advice on how to manage a tricky lesson. The schoolhouse offers us comfort in knowing us so that when we extend ourselves to the edge of some imagined possibility, no matter how far we go, we can trust that we will be known. Inclusion work endeavors toward keeping this promise
GREENHILL INCLUSION HOPES
: At Greenhill, this work lives everywhere, and we are beckoned by the reciprocal force of the promise to challenge ourselves to know others. In my short but meaningful time here, I have been moved by our community’s openness, our diversity, and our willingness to engage. I am hopeful that we will work together to illuminate the existing practices that help us to feel known and to know others, that we will remove barriers where they exist, and that we will welcome those new discoveries that serve our ends.