I am a scholar-practitioner and have developed, implemented, and researched innovative programs for educating students, teachers and adults in schools and universities for over 30 years. My area of scholarship and practice often intersect and include equity education, reflective practice, and assessment of learning and teaching. In my academic work, as in my life, I aim to build and improve educational equity by creating a culture where learners’ needs are valued, their interests are nurtured, and their goals are achieved. A culture of equity is fundamentally a community of learning, diversity, and discovery where all members have power to pursue their curiosities and find meaning and happiness. An equity culture unmasks power relations exposing how they can silence and oppress if diverse perspectives are not valued and each voice is not heard. Each and every voice matters in a culture of equity.