Daman Harris, PhD, has over 28 years of experience as an educator. He’s had a wide range of positions from teaching to coaching, speaking, and writing. He currently serves as a manager for Anne Arundel County Public Schools in Maryland.
Daman Harris, PhD, is the manager of the Professional Development Schools Program and the Institutions of Higher Education Partnerships for Anne Arundel County Public Schools in Maryland. He is also the cofounder and codirector of the Building Our Network of Diversity (BOND) Project, a nonprofit that supports the recruitment, development, retention, and empowerment of male educators of color.
During his 28 years as an educator, Daman has had a wide range of experiences as a teacher, coach, principal, district administrator, adjunct professor, speaker, writer, and consultant. He is a graduate faculty member at the University of Maryland at College Park and an adjunct professor at McDaniel College and the University of Maryland Global Campus, where he leads graduate courses relating to teaching strategies, research methods, and antiracist education.