Carro (pronounced “car-row”) Hứa is the program manager of cohort learning at TSNE. As a social justice educator, she is committed to building and deepening the critical consciousness of People of Color and engaging with multiracial, and worker solidarity building for collective liberation. For over a decade she has taught social justice education in different capacities, including teaching ethnic studies to young people, facilitating workshops on anti-oppression learning, and supporting organizations with their staff development on equity-centered thinking and practices. Her professional journey consists of being an associate director of organizational equity practice at Trinity Boston Connects, learning and development manager at City Year Boston, assistant youth program director at the Vietnamese American Initiative for Development and teacher-intern at Breakthrough Collaborative and Steppingstone. Born and raised in Dorchester, Boston to refugee parents from Việt Nam, she is a Boston Public Schools and Smith College alum.