Ijeoma Njaka is an experiential learning designer, educator, and writer. Throughout her career, Ijeoma has specialized in inclusive pedagogy and anti-bias education for student, faculty, and staff audiences. In her work, she draws from arts and museum education, engaged humanities, and speculative fiction to facilitate learning, agency, and social change. Prior to joining The Lab, Ijeoma worked at Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship where she coached faculty in inclusive teaching practices while also creating and facilitating workshops in topics such as building anti-racist institutions and positive racial identity development in the classroom. In Spring 2019, she curated (In)Visibility at Georgetown: Past, Present, and Future, a public, on-campus art exhibit highlighting the work and experiences of marginalized students at Georgetown. Ijeoma holds an MA in Learning, Design, and Technology from Georgetown University as well as an AB from Brown University.