Assistant Principal, Round Rock ISD
Natosha Daniels is an Assistant Principal in Round Rock Independent School District (RRISD) and has been a public school educator since 2007. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a master’s in educational leadership from Texas State University. Natosha has experience in both elementary and secondary settings and began her career as a middle school special education and science teacher. Prior to education, she was a social worker with the state of Texas. She is Chief Technology Officer in Round Rock Black Parents Association, a community group committed to organizing and improving outcomes for Black students in RRISD. Natosha promotes equity through her collaborative leadership work with the RRISD Equity Task Force as well as with community partners, businesses, and grassroots organizations such as Undoing Racism Round Rock, Educators in Solidarity and the Teacher’s Guild in San Francisco. She balances community work with artistic expression and recently completed a Black Joy digital art series featuring many local racial equity community activists. Natosha grew up in a Nigerian-American military family living primarily in the southeastern U.S., choosing Texas as her home in 2001. She and her husband have three beautiful children and she is actively working to dismantle and rebuild an education system that will liberate them as well as future generations through the intersection of art, design thinking, and anti-racist practices.