Who We Are

Re.Source aims to empower and employ youth between the ages of 16 -22 to be change makers in education and social policy.

Re.Source educates and trains formerly incarcerated, formerly homeless and otherwise disenfranchised youth to be researchers and employ them as consultants and researchers for projects designed to address inequities in the very systems in which they have engaged – including juvenile justice systems, foster care, and schools.

We believe that these youth have the knowledge and insight to re-direct policy. Their lived experiences within these systems make them experts about the effectiveness of policy and practices in these spaces.

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Meet the Team

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Dr. Lynette Parker

Founder & CEO

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Henry Parker

Special Education Specialist

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Christina Carter


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Board Members

Timothy Carter

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Rick Ayers

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Kanako Wong

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Kanako Wong is a social justice focused educator with 15 years of experience in elementary school and adult education. She began her career as an educator in 2004 through Teach for America where she was placed in Las Vegas, NV. After teaching in Las Vegas for nine years Mrs. Wong returned to the Bay Area. She joined Reach Institute for School Leadership in 2017 as a faculty member in the Intern Program working to address inequities that persist in urban environments where inexperienced teachers continue to be placed.   Mrs. Wong is now enrolled in a doctorate program at the University of San Francisco to further investigate these inequities and work towards a solution to the broken system.

LaDonna Daily

Board Member

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