Analia is a Director on Paradigm’s Learning Team. As the leader of the Learning & Development (L&D) function, she leads a team of subject matter experts who design engaging, evidence-based DEI content across facilitator-led and online training. Also core to Analia’s work is advising clients in their own efforts to develop and deliver diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) curriculum that integrates with their DEI and L&D strategy. In Analia’s role, she has partnered with high-growth startups, global professional services firms, and Fortune 500 companies — such as Snap Inc., Xylem, DocuSign, Blue Shield, Gibson Dunn, and Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluations — to design DEI learning programs with impact.
As a former educator, professor, and leader of disability inclusion in New York City schools, Analia brings years of experience in curriculum design, facilitation, and growing innovative programs to her work with Paradigm clients. Analia is passionate about incorporating intersectionality into disability-inclusion efforts. Drawing on her past work in education, Analia cultivates diversity and inclusion through education about disability bias and advocating to remove environmental and social barriers for people with disabilities. Prior to joining Paradigm, Analia was an Assistant Professor of Practice at Relay Graduate School of Education, where her teaching focused on bridging research with practical application, and designing culturally responsive learning environments. A Teach for America alum and a co-founder of KIPP Infinity Elementary School in Harlem, Analia remains committed to innovating education. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Southern California and a MS.Ed. in Special Education from CUNY Lehman College.