Adam Mogilevsky is a service-oriented, equity-focused, social justice driven educator with a commitment to student leadership and academic development. Skilled in the development of culturally relevant curriculum, augmentation, and implementation of rigorous, enriching, and ingenious lessons that address the diverse interests and needs of the students he serves. He comes to Ryan Banks Academy with 5 years of experience in teaching, coaching, and leading a variety of diverse teams in North Carolina and Chicago. Additionally, Adam began his teaching career as a Teach For America corps member in 2015, where he was placed in Warrenton, North Carolina. He committed his time to implement civic action projects where students attempted to find obstacles in their community and provide strategic solutions, utilized Virtual Reality during station work and wrote grants to receive diverse literature and multiple forms of technology to prepare students to be 21st-century learners. In 2018 Adam returned to his hometown of Chicago where he spent the year working in Chicago Public Schools as a history teacher.

Adam earned a Bachelors of Arts in History from Loyola University Chicago. During his first year of teaching, he spent the entirety of his Teach For America commitment going to graduate school at Johns Hopkins University having earned his Master of Science in Educational Studies with a secondary concentration. He also earned his certification/licensure from Eastern North Carolina University.