Director of Teacher Quality
Segun Eubanks is director of teacher quality for the National Education Association, the nation’s leading organization committed to advancing the cause of public education. Mr. Eubanks has spent more than twenty years of his professional career working to promote opportunity, access, and equity in America’s education systems.
Mr. Eubanks has served in various leadership roles with national nonprofit education organizations as executive director of Community Teachers Institute (CTI) and vice president of Recruiting New Teachers, Inc. He has extensive experience working directly in public schools to promote access and opportunity to disadvantaged students. This includes working as coordinator for the Louisiana Consortium on Minority Teacher Supply and Quality; counselor with an Upward Bound education opportunity program; and college admissions officer with the Springfield College School of Human Services.
Mr. Eubanks has given scores of speeches and presentations to a wide variety of audiences, and has authored and/or contributed to several reports and publications on teacher quality and teacher diversity.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Mr. Eubanks earned his bachelor of arts degree in educational advocacy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his master of science degree in human services administration from Springfield College.