Kendra Dunbar is the Executive Director of the Intersection. She has a long-standing commitment to justice, peace building, and the transformation of communities through education, dialogue, and leadership formation. Kendra brings over 15 years of experience in non- profit management and human rights education. She has worked alongside community leaders, youth networks, and student/ young adult organizations to maximize and leverage community resources while cultivating informed and motivated community leaders, thinkers, and advocates.
Kendra received her BA from Williams College, M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary, and MS in Clinical Mental Health from Loyola, University of Maryland.
Antinnea is the Director of Student Leadership for The Intersection. She provides programmatic leadership through social justice dialogue, advocacy facilitation, and curriculum and student leadership development. Antinnea brings diverse experiences in journalism, international affairs, public relations, and education. Her experience as a Baltimore local has given her unique insight and a passion for improving the self-awareness, confidence and exposure of Baltimore's youth. She has a B.A. in Strategic Communications from Temple University and an M.S. in Educational Studies from Johns Hopkins University.
Anastasia Marouani is The Intersection’s Director of College and Career Readiness. She works to ensure that students at The Intersection receive the support - and build the skills - they need to go to and through college and to be successful in a competitive job market. She tracks students’ academic performance, provides them with a rigorous SAT prep program, and drives the college application process. Prior to joining The Intersection team, Anastasia taught high school English for three years in a Baltimore City public school. She became a teacher to empower urban youth to defy and reconstruct the structural inequalities that cripple American society today. Anastasia strove to provide her students with an education that would create an unrelenting hunger for social justice in their hearts. She was the regional finalist for Teach for America’s Sue Lehmann Excellence in Teaching and Leadership award.