Roberto (Tito) Soto-Carrion
Tito brings over 15 years of experience facilitating organizational and strategic development with educational institutions, government agencies, global businesses, and community-based and movement organizations. He has trained educators, youth, organizational leaders in anti-racism, gender and sexuality, systems change processes, emergent strategy, masculinities and patriarchy, and restorative/transformative justice practices. Tito currently facilitates with the Center for Racial Justice in Education, the Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute, Pan LTD., The Human Root, and the Interaction Institute for Social Change, among others.
As an equity practitioner, Tito has served as a public-school educator, counselor, university professor, researcher, restorative circle-keeper, youth development professional, consultant, and non-profit director. Most recently, Tito served as an Equity Transformation Specialist with Pacific Education Group, providing training, coaching, and consulting services for racial equity leaders around the world.
Prior, Tito served as the Director of Research, Evaluation, and Strategic Initiatives at the Center for Racial Justice in Education, a racial equity organization committed to training educators to dismantle patterns of racism and injustice in our schools and communities.
Tito is an educator at heart and teaches at the Hunter College Graduate School of Education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching. In this role, he supports pre-service public school teachers and social workers to engage with culturally sustaining and anti-racist pedagogies as tools for social justice.
Tito holds degrees from Wesleyan University, The University of Chicago, and Brandeis University. A Bronx native, Tito is a diehard New York Knicks fan and proud Boricua. He is most happy at the beach, loves 90’s R&B, and enjoys platanos in all their forms. He enjoys spending time with his dog Kiko, DJ-ing, watching films, and tinkering with gadgets.