Linda J. Caldwell Epps

Linda Caldwell Epps

Dr. Linda J. Caldwell Epps brings to clients more than 45 years of experience working with educational and cultural institutions, including The New Jersey Historical Society, New Jersey Network Television and Radio, and Bloomfield College. She served as a Ford Foundation-funded consultant to several colleges and universities. Through 1804 Consultants, founded in 2011, Dr. Caldwell Epps has worked with various history and cultural institutions. She co-founded the Sankofa Collaborative in 2017. Its purpose is to help educators in schools, community organizations, museums and libraries present, interpret, and discuss African American history and culture. Dr. Caldwell Epps holds a BA from Rutgers Universitys Douglass College, a MA in American Studies from Seton Hall University, and a D.Litt from Drew University. She completed the Institute for Higher Education Management program at Harvard University, the American Association of Colleges and Universities Diversity Institute at Georgetown University, and the Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL). 

 
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