Research Coordinator, Cross-Org Coordinator & Board Co-President
Raima Dutt (she/her) is a co-lead for the team's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research and Policy work, a member of the Board, and an analyst for the KSVT's Race to Learn Study, based on over 10,000 Kentucky middle and high school students' responses to a survey on race, ethnicity, and school climate.
Raima Dutt (she/her) is a Board Co-President, Cross-Org Coordinator, & Research Lead for the Kentucky Student Voice Team. She joined the Team during the construction of KSVT's Race to Learn Survey, serving as an analyst on over 10,000 Kentucky middle and high school students' responses to a survey on race, ethnicity, and school climate. She quickly jumped in to help with other educational research projects across the state. As a part of KSVT, Raima’s vision is to create intergenerational partnerships where student voices are equally as respected and taken into account as adult partners in the education field.
Aside from the Kentucky Student Voice Team, Raima is heavily involved with the Louisville Youth Philanthropy Council, and her school's Girl Up Club & Speech Team. She also serves as Chair of the Kentucky Department of Education’s Student Advisory Council. In her free time, Raima loves to play piano, attend concerts (Gracie Abrams especially), and go on sunset drives.
Raima is a senior at duPont Manual High School.
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