Alice Ragland, PhD is an interdisciplinary scholar, writer, and educator who earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Multicultural and Equity Studies in Education from The Ohio State University. She earned a master's in Cultural Studies in Education from Ohio University, where she also earned a bachelor's degree in Writing Studies. Dr. Ragland started her position as Assistant Professor of Race & Ethnic Studies at CCAD in 2022. Her research, writing, and teaching explore the intersections of history, race, gender, sexuality, resistance, and education. Her current work focuses on cultivating liberatory learning spaces that exist outside of institutions.

Dr. Ragland is also a diversity, equity, and anti-oppression consultant and community educator who facilitates justice-focused workshops locally and across the U.S. She is a reviewer and copyeditor for the Understanding and Dismantling Privilege journal, a board member and education chair for the Education Foundation for Freedom, and a consultant and facilitator at The Nova Collective and Sankofa Circle International.