Elaina Amos is an Assistant Principal at Oakland Unified School District.
“I want to be in a community with other people of color to talk about the blatant racism written into most educational policies in America. I desire a group of POC who know how hard this work can be, and who will call me out for worshipping WSC characteristics. Surge to me is a force. A force that makes its way into spaces not designed for POC by supporting leaders’ growth and development. This collective force can help me create a network of strong individuals that will support my creation of a reimagined educational space.”
Her motivation and energy are infectious and as a result, inspires and empowers all students. Amos-Lewis Challenges students to develop the skills necessary to reach their full potential. By Maintaining student-centered and community-focused conditions she ensures all students, families, and partners have a voice and are a part of the decision-making process.
In addition, she ensures that all teachers have an engaging curriculum that is student-centered and is multifaceted in her approach of design and develops solutions to any problem big or small.