Dina Bailey is the CEO of Mountain Top Vision, a consulting firm that generates systemic change within organizations so that they can more positively impact their communities and, so, impact the world. Using a unique approach that combines research in empathy, bias, diversity, equity, and inclusion with strategies and techniques from the fields of education, anthropology, and transitional justice, Mountain Top Vision specializes in supporting organizations as they transform themselves into places that consistently center inclusion in decision-making and action.
Ms. Bailey has over 15 years of experience in formal and informal education. She was the Director of Museum Experiences at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center as well as the inaugural Director of Educational Strategies at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Ms. Bailey also served as the Director of Methodology and Practice at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience before returning to full-time consulting at Mountain Top Vision. She has been specifically interested in working with institutions that focus on the intersection of race, memory and activism.
Ms. Bailey has a BS in Education from Butler University; a Masters of Anthropology of Development & Social Transformation from the University of Sussex; and a graduate certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Cincinnati.