Beckett Broh

Director of Diversity and Community Life, Columbus Academy Department of Behavioral Sciences Alumni

Academic Background: B.A. in Psychology, Exercise Physiology, and Women’s Studies, Albion College; M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology, The Ohio State University

Beckett Broh (PhD, The Ohio State University, 2003) is an alum of the OSU Department of Sociology where she worked as a research associate in the Criminal Justice Research Center under the direction of Drs. Ruth Peterson and Lauren Krivo.  After leaving OSU, Beckett was an Assistant Professor at two universities where her worked focused on understanding racial/ethnic inequality, particularly in education.  Since 2012, Beckett has been the Director of Diversity and Community Life at Columbus Academy, an independent school committed to diversity, inclusion, equity and justice.  Beckett also serves on the Equity and Justice Committee for the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) and frequently leads workshops/trainings on cultural competency and implicit bias in schools.

  • Ph. D., The Ohio State University (2008) Sociology