Dr. Rodney Glasgow grew up lower class in Baltimore, Maryland and the most important thing to him was family. It’s no surprise then, that his students and fellow coworkers connect with him on a spiritual level.
Taking his life in his own hands at a very young age, Rodney Glasgow always knew by the time he was 40 he was going to be a doctor. Today, now 40, after having his doctoral degree for a couple of years, Dr. Rodney Glasgow has evolved into a chameleon. He’s a middle school principal by trade but also runs his own consulting company that aims to use diversity and inclusivity as vessels for change in not only schools and organizations, but also in individuals.
On this week’s Uncensored Visionary: A LGBTQ Podcast, found out how he uses diversity and inclusion to create a family-like environment to foster structural and emotional changes for future generations.