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Allyson Williams Eubanks

Director of Programs

Allyson Williams Eubanks is a Director of Programs at NCTR. She joined the staff in 2021 as associate director and advanced to her current position in 2022. In her role, Allyson supports residencies in NCTR’s Residency Design Academy (RDA) and Black Educators Initiative (BEI). Allyson brings years of experience as an educator, curriculum writer, content lead, and teacher trainer with a passion for issues of equity in education. Prior to joining NCTR, Allyson began her career as a high school Spanish teacher in Baltimore, MD. Allyson has worked in various roles in public school systems including the Manager of World Languages in DC Public Schools where she oversaw content teacher professional development, curriculum, special events, and advocacy programming for the District. Additionally, she worked as coach and skills instructor for two alternative teacher certification programs.


B.A., Criminology & Criminal Justice and Spanish Language Literatures and Cultures, University of Maryland, College Park

M.S., Educational Studies, Johns Hopkins University


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