Althea Wilson is the founder of Community Anti-Racism Education (CARE), a workshop experience that explores how normalizing bias is a driver of self-awareness, and how the intersectionality of racism and cognitive dissonance is at the core of the change process. Althea is also an Early Childhood Specialist with the Washtenaw County Head Start Program, supporting Early Head Start Home Visitors with best practice strategies and professional development opportunities.
Althea is a consultant with Zero to Thrive where she is a trainer of trainers for their Strong Roots programming. She holds a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education from Eastern Michigan University and she has an endorsement in Infant Mental Health.
Althea is the mother of three daughters and lives in Ypsilanti, Michigan with her partner of over thirty years.