B.A. in History and Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania; M.A. in Teaching of Social Studies, Teachers College at Columbia University. Tamar began her career in education over five years ago. She is currently a dean of discipline and safety and classroom teacher at Edward R. Murrow High School, a district school in Brooklyn where she teaches 9th grade global history and an elective called “council for unity.” She has also taught law electives as part of College Now in conjunction with Kingsborough Community College. She believes all children can be reached and inspired to be the best they can be in the future. To achieve this goal, Tamar aspires to become an educational leader who encourages student success and supports adult development and growth.