Abram Jackson - Humanities & 11th-Grade Class Dean
B.S., Managerial Economics, University of California, Davis
M.A., Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University
M.A., Teaching, University of Southern California
Abram comes to The Bay School from St. Ignatius College Prep, SF where he ran the Magis Program for nine years, which serves first-generation college-bound students in attaining access to college. Abram also worked as an adjunct lecturer at San Francisco State University and Napa Valley College where he taught one of his many educational passions, Ethnic Studies. Abram is excited about joining the Humanities Department at The Bay School because of his love for interdisciplinary approaches to understanding the complexities of our world and is inspired by the precepts of The Bay School. An emerging hobby of Abram's is running and he has successfully completed four half marathons. His hope is to successfully complete a full marathon in the near future.