Kevin Rocap, Ph.D.
Deputy Director and Evaluator
Mr. Rocap has developed, created funding applications, implemented and evaluated innovative and evidence-based programs to support English Learners, engage parents, and support teacher and administrator development. He is an expert in users of technology to support authentic learning opportunities.
Providing strategic services in innovation, evaluation and research for equitable 21st Century education; leadership development; program and fund development; program implementation/project management; organizational development; collective impact; learning organization development; and data- and evidence/research-based continuous innovation and improvement approaches to educational, civic and nonprofit organizations and multi-stakeholder initiatives in order to advance equity and social justice in 21st century public education cradle-to-career pathways and in comprehensive health, social service and/or economic development initiatives, with a focus on engagement of and proactive outcomes for traditionally underserved children, youth and families.
Previously, as Executive Director, Strategy & Development for the San Francisco Unified School District, Mr. Rocap part of the
strategy and fund development team in the Office of the Superintendent around SFUSD's Vision 2025 and current strategic plan. The vision focused on Impacting Learning, Impacting Lives, to improve educational as well as health, social, emotional and economic outcomes for students and families. He coordinated and collaborated with multiple district departments as well as San Francisco city agencies, for-profit and not-for-profit companies, community-based organizations and foundations on strategic partnerships.
Mr Rocap has had long-term experience as a project director of equity and technology programs for Wexford, Long Island University, and the Center for Language Minority Education and Research (CLMER) at California State University Long Beach. He has also held various positions in program and development for nonprofits including Oxfam and SANE/Freeze (Peace Action).
Mr. Rocap holds a BA from Williams College, and an Ed.M. from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education.