Christoph Stutts began working in public schools in 2001 as a special education assistant in middle schools in California before teaching high school social studies here in North Carolina for ten years. He received his PhD in Teacher Education and Curriculum from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2020, and remains committed to serving the state’s public school students and educators. Christoph brings experience in many settings to his commitment to interrogate white supremacist and racist legacies in the United States in the classroom. Raised in both Richmond, Virginia and Washington, DC, he and his wife Elese are raising two sons here in North Carolina, where they are sustained by the state and the country’s natural beauty.
Ph.D in Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2020
M.A.T in Social Studies Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005
B.A. in History, Bates College, 1999