Re-Imagine Education

Re-Imagine Education, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) with a mission to attract BIPOC talent to education careers and leverage intentional pathways for retention, career grooming, and upward mobility through meaningful mentorship channels.


About Us

Our mission is to attract, retain, and elevate educators of color. To create a culture of inclusivity through mentorship, accountability, and partnership.

Re-Imagine Education was created by Isiah King and Keith Streicher, who have more than a decade of education experience at the K-12 and University level. Our purpose is to:

  • Offer embed equity and cultural responsiveness in teacher preparation and professional learning
  • Support for teachers during critical early years
  • Support for aspiring teachers entering the education field

Launched in July 2020, Re-Imagine Education is focused on increasing and diversifying the teacher pipeline. A more diverse teacher and leader workforce is crucial for all students. A Learning Policy Institute study found that having teachers of color in the classroom affects students of color in several ways, including:

  • Boosting overall academic performance
  • Improving reading and math test scores
  • Improving graduation rates
  • Increasing aspirations to attend college
  • Reducing the number of absences

In this moment and time of great unrest and uncertainty within our communities and schools, it is imperative to properly influence the next generation. Re-Imagine exists to support in closing these disparities in the K-12 education sector.


Core Values







    Recruiting new ethnic minorities into education.

    Accelerating the careers of ethnic minorities already working in education.

    Building the capacity of education organizations to become more diverse, equitable and inclusive.



Isiah King
Isiah King
Co-Founder & Managing Partner

As a strategist, Isiah brings a wealth of knowledge of best practices on how to best serve historically underserved students at an exceptionally high level. Through a commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusivity, he assists teams in developing critical mindsets and tangible skill sets so that educational leaders can achieve high levels of success.

Isiah is a Partner at Fulcrum Education Solutions and Chief Executive Officer of Re-Imagine Education, Inc. He spent over 19 years in various roles through-out the EDTech sector and K-12 schools. Isiah’s impact has involved helping schools nationwide and internationally improve systems and structures that support bold student achievement outcomes.

Keith Streicher
Co-Founder & Managing Principal
Keith Streicher

Keith Streicher is one of the Co-Founders of Re-Imagine Education, Inc. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army and served his country in the mountains of the Republic of South Korea and in the valleys of Iraq Anbar province. Following his service, Mr. Streicher completed his bachelor’s degree at the Catholic University of America and an Executive Entrepreneurship Certificate Program from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He has served Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes-Norton as an intern, Congressman Beto O'Rourke as a Military Legislative Assistant, and the Obama administration as a White House intern and United States Department of Veterans Affairs Secretarial Appointee advising the Secretary, the second largest federal agency, and the United States Congress on veteran’s issues as a veteran’s expert.

Recently, Keith Streicher has served as the Interim Business Operations Manager for Rocketship Transformation Prep, Program Director for the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce, and former Campaign Manager for Councilwoman Chantia Lewis-Chantia for Progress. Keith sits on the Rite Hite YMCA advisory board as Chair of the Annual Giving Campaign and Social Responsibility committee, Board of Trustees for Milwaukee’s Finest Scholars, and Board of Directors of Outpost Natural Foods, Milwaukee County War Museum VEI Committee, and the City of Milwaukee’s African American Male Initiative.

Board Of Directors
  • Maurice Thomas
  • Erin McNett
  • Dr. Kristina Sterling
  • Lakesha Jones
  • Victor Warnsley

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