Kevin K. Dua is a 2017 initiate of the Eta Circle at William & Mary. He is the 2022 recipient of the O∆K Emerging Leader for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity Award.
As an undergraduate, Kevin worked on everything from community building activities from service and leadership to residence hall community building. He even secured a Guinness World Record for the most people doing the Thriller Dance. Kevin is currently a member of the William & Mary Student Engagement and Leadership Advisory Board. He was the Massachusetts 2017 History Teacher of the Year and is a two-time Massachusetts Teachers’ Association’s Human and Civil Rights awardee. Kevin is a current member of the Ideation UpLift Legacy Cohort for K-12 Black Male Educators. Currently, he is a history and psychology teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in Massachusetts. Kevin introduced his expertise into discussions on anti-racism, unlearning, and strategies to increase equity in education in the age of Covid. Previously, he resurrected and served as an advisor to the award-winning Black Student Union in Cambridge. Over the years, Kevin has become a relied upon leader and ally in examining the Black Lives Matter movement and its impact on teaching.