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Kevin Haroldo Ramirez

Kevin Haroldo Ramirez

Talent Equity Consultant (he/him)

“Navigating education systems, I have faced the systemic inequities that widen opportunity gaps for low-income students of color.  I went to public schools, where I felt devalued to the point of dropping out of high school. However, with the support of equity-minded allies, I managed to overcome challenges to become the first in my family to graduate from college. In college, my activism exponentially grew during my time as a student leader at UC Berkeley – where I led initiatives to increase access and inclusion for underrepresented students. These experiences have shaped my commitment to work in the racial and economic justice space.”


  • Before joining Edgillty, Kevin implemented performance management programs at Alliance-College Ready Public Schools, the largest charter school district in Los Angeles, serving over 13K students. 
  • He also worked at Educators for Excellence, where he managed operations and special projects in the Los Angeles chapter and served as the Learning & Development Chair of the National Diversity Council.  
  • He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies and Philosophy from UC Berkeley and is a Fellow of the Riordan Programs at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. 


Kevin lives in the San Fernando Valley, where he trains for a hopefully impossible zombie apocalypse at his local gym and enjoys the craft beer scene in the area. He is also a storyteller who likes to write fiction in the magical realism and horror genres. He maintains close ties with his family, biological and chosen, by hosting dinners, playing board games, embarking on “resetting” trips, and engaging in healthy conflict over a range of topics.

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Kevin Haroldo Ramirez

Talent Equity Consultant (he/him)

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We believe equity isn’t a box to check. It’s a daily action. Someone’s unique identity isn’t something to overcome–when paired with the right opportunity, it becomes one of their greatest professional assets. We exist to empower social impact organizations to recognize and overcome unconscious bias, racism and sexism so they can build a workforce that reflects and strengthens the communities they serve.