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Carlos Hoyt

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About Carlos

Carlos was born in the Caribbean coastal town, Puerto Limon, in Costa Rica and immigrated to the United States when he was four years old. He grew up in Dorchester, Massachusetts, an urban neighborhood of Boston. Carlos attended Boston Public Schools through sixth grade and then enrolled in METCO, a voluntary busing program that transported disadvantaged and underrepresented students from under-resourced school systems to better suburban schools. From seventh grade through high school, Carlos attended Dover-Sherborn Regional Junior and High Schools, after which he attended Wesleyan University, Boston University School of Social Work, and Simmons College, where he earned his PhD in social work.

Carlos is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. He served as Assistant Professor of Social Work at Wheelock College in Boston, MA, where he was the key faculty designer of the Dynamics of Oppression and Privilege courses for BSW and MSW students, and he has held teaching positions at Simmons College, Lesley University, and Boston University, providing instruction in clinical skills and practice, group dynamics, multicultural assessment, and cultural competence. Before joining the Wheelock community, Carlos served as the Associate Dean of Students at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, where he provided psychotherapy to students, and consultation, training, supervision, and support to faculty and student leaders. Carlos served as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advocate at the Chestnut Hill School in Chestnut Hill Massachusetts, and as the Director of Equity & Inclusion at Belmont Day School. His work with people as young as three years old through adulthood, in a variety of settings provides him with a uniquely deep and wide perspective on learning and growth across the full spectrum of human development and socio-cultural backgrounds.