Dr. Danique Dolly leads Big Picture Learning’s BPLiving initiative – a health equity campaign intended to illuminate mental health and preventive lifestyle medicine practices for young people. Danique was a founding teacher/advisor at The Met, Big Picture Learning’s first school. In addition to numerous leadership positions with Big Picture Learning, Danique is the founding principal of a City Neighbors High School in Baltimore City for 6 years.
Danique believes in empowering students and families and has worked on doing so throughout his career as an educator. His work touches upon school transformation through leadership development and operationalizing equity in both education and health. He also writes essays from time to time such as the published essay, A Major Request: Please Stop Calling Us Minorities for Education Reimagined.
Danique is from the Bronx and East Harlem in New York. He’s a graduate of Morehouse College, Brown University and has earned a doctorate in education leadership from Harvard University.
Program Director, BPLiving