Ayodele Harrison joins the ANCS faculty in the 2016-2017 school year. He has taught for 16 years. Mr. Harrison received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Howard University. He also holds a M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.
Mr. Harrison’s area of expertise is in equipping educational and community leaders with the strategies and tools to change the trajectory of youth, putting them on a path to greater achievement. Prior to joining ANCS, he was a Senior Partner for CommunityBuild Ventures, facilitating training sessions on the topic of strengthening teacher effectiveness for over 400 schools across the Southeast region of the United States. Mr. Harrision also served as an Upper School Math Educator at both The Lovett School and Maret School. Additionally, he served as the Upper Schoo lMath Education and Department Head at The American International School of Johannesburg.
Mr. Harrison is married to Atlanta-native, Natasha. Together they have 2 children, son Ajani and daughter Ifetayo.