Head of Middle School and Chief Diversity Officer at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School
Dr. Rodney Glasgow is currently the Head of Middle School and Chief Diversity Officer at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, MD.  He serves as Chair of the Diversity and Education Committee of the Board of Trustees for Sheridan School and is a Trustee serving on the Education Committee and the Head of School Transition Committee for The Bishop Walker School for Boys.  He is one of the founding members and now Chair of the National Association of Independent School’s annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference, a 25 year-old training ground drawing over 1600 high school students nationwide.  In 2014, he launched the National Diversity Practitioners Institute, a highly respected training ground for school leaders run by his consortium of consultants known as The Glasgow Group.  Rodney is a featured writer in the book Diversity in Independent Schools and wrote the prologue for One Teacher in Ten in the New Millennium:  LGBT Educators Speak Out About What’s Gotten Better…And What Hasn’t.  Rodney has also been published in the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning’s Think Differently and Deeply series. Rodney received the 2008 People of Courage Award from the City of Worcester for his work.  Rodney is a graduate of Harvard University with a joint degree in Afro-American Studies and Psychology, holds a Master of Arts in Organization and Leadership from Columbia University and a Doctorate of Education in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University.  An experienced educator, trainer, and administrator, Rodney has worked previously as Assistant Head of Upper School at Worcester Academy and Coordinator of Diversity Programs at Graland Country Day School. Rodney is an independent school alum, having graduated from Gilman School in his hometown of Baltimore, MD.