London Arnold

Chapter Leader & Teen Facilitator

London Arnold earned her BA in International Studies from Spelman College and her Masters of Art in the Sociology of Education from New York University.

An advocate for social and educational equity, London has worked in research, education and social justice. She has studied foreign and national policy issues, legislation and international development and worked as a math and reading tutor.

London has worked for Operation HOPE, NYU, and the World Affairs Counsel of Atlanta. Most recently, London worked at ROW New York in Brooklyn as an Academic Program Manager where she designed lesson plans and curriculum and facilitated academic and life skills worships in the after school space. While at ROW she supervised three Youth Engagement Specialists and 35 middle school students.

She has done research on post-Apartheid educational reforms and policies while in South Africa, on poverty and academic achievement while at the University of California, and on social and economic development strategies of Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay while at the School of International Training in Buenos Aires Argentina.