A.T. McWilliams is an anti-poverty advocate and former educator working to increase equity for students through technology. After graduating from Yale and teaching elementary school in Brooklyn, A.T. joined Google where he helped develop products and programs for under-resourced schools. Now, as the Chief Operating Officer at Edquity, he’s helping disburse emergency grants to college students in need of support.
Outside of work, A.T. can be found writing essays and poetry. His work has been published in the New Yorker, the Atlantic, the Washington Post and elsewhere. You can read his writing at atmcwilliams.com