KiMi Wilson

KiMi Wilson is an Assistant Professor in Curriculum and Instruction at California State University, Los Angeles. KiMi's research has been examining mathematics and science identity development for Black students in K-12 public schooling in relation to STEM education and participation. His published works have focused on identity development of Black males pursuing STEM in higher education and teacher identity development in mathematics. He anticipates expanding his research to focus on Black students’ mathematics and science learning in elementary classrooms. KiMi has formerly worked as a public school teacher in California as an elementary teacher and a secondary math and science teacher, with experience working with pre- and in-service teachers. He is passionate about eliminating educational inequities in STEM for all students, specifically students who are historically marginalized in STEM college majors and careers.