Jamor Gaffney joined the Indian Creek Upper School faculty as a full-time History teacher and diversity practitioner in 2014. While teaching World History to 9th and 10th graders, she highlights varying methods of social stratification across human history and the significance of diversity in the classroom. She is dedicated to helping young people both locally and nationally. Since 2008, Jamor has served on the faculty for the National Association of Independent Schools’ Student Diversity Leadership Conference. In addition to working with high school students, Jamor is an independent consultant for the Communications Consortium Media Center. She works on projects and plans conferences designed to develop and implement reproductive justice communications strategies among African American women spokespeople, and develop women’s leadership and policy influence. Jamor holds a bachelor’s degree in African American Studies and Public Policy from the University of Maryland.