Higher Education & Teaching (K-12)

Justin Nguyen is an entrepreneur, a speaker and a podcaster. He’s currently the host of the Declassified College Podcast, an iTunes top 50 podcast, as well as the CEO and founder of GetChoGrindUp. It has since become a movement that Justin is building to provide college students with the resources they need for success in college and in their careers.
Justin Nguyen is an entrepreneur, a speaker and a podcaster. He’s currently the host of the Declassified College Podcast, an iTunes top 50 podcast, as well as the CEO and founder of GetChoGrindUp. It has since become a movement that Justin is building to provide college students with the resources they need for success in college and in their careers.
Justin Nguyen is an entrepreneur, a speaker and a podcaster. He’s currently the host of the Declassified College Podcast, an iTunes top 50 podcast, as well as the CEO and founder of GetChoGrindUp. Justin created GetChoGrindUp along with his girlfriend and best friend while still in college. It has since become a movement that Justin is building to provide college students with the resources they need for success in college and in their careers.
Justin Nguyen is an entrepreneur, a speaker and a podcaster. He’s currently the host of the Declassified College Podcast, an iTunes top 50 podcast, as well as the CEO and founder of GetChoGrindUp. Justin created GetChoGrindUp along with his girlfriend and best friend while still in college. It has since become a movement that Justin is building to provide college students with the resources they need for success in college and in their careers.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally. 
Emily Hughes is Marketing Lead for Mobilize, the events management and volunteer recruitment platform designed to connect organizations and their supporters. She is a self-described growth marketing specialist and business strategist.
Casey Near is the Executive Director of Counseling at CollegeWise, the largest college admissions counseling company in the United States. In her role as an executive director, she manages all of the company’s admissions counselors, oversees day-to-day operations, and monitors the quality of counseling at CollegeWise.
Brett Bergen is a Financial Planning & Analysis professional for the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington, D.C. where he works with a team to manage multi-billion dollar budgets for the U.S. Navy’s Radars, Electronic Warfare, &  Lasers to keep America’s Navy #1 in the world. He also spends one week each Fall to recruit students at Penn State, his alma mater, from almost every major and GPA for thousands of civilian positions that support exciting U.S. Navy programs across the country. 
Casey Near is the Executive Director of Counseling at CollegeWise, the largest college admissions counseling company in the United States. In her role as an executive director, she manages all of the company’s admissions counselors, oversees day-to-day operations, and monitors the quality of counseling at CollegeWise.
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions.
Casey Near is the Executive Director of Counseling at CollegeWise, the largest college admissions counseling company in the United States. In her role as an executive director, she manages all of the company’s admissions counselors, oversees day-to-day operations, and monitors the quality of counseling at CollegeWise.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to prescription drug safety to workplace conduct to name a few. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally.  Tom and his partners have since taken the company from a startup to a large organization with 550 employees. 
Pete Ingram-Cauchi is the CEO of iD Tech, a summer computer camp that specializes in providing computer technology education in person and online to kids and children ages 7 through 18. There are iD Tech Camps at more than 150 U.S. college and university campuses focused on coding, game development, robotics, and creative skills.  Every summer iD Tech hires about 2,000 college students, and young professionals, to mentor and teach students.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to prescription drug safety to workplace conduct to name a few. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally. 
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape. For 38 years, John has been a pioneer, innovating new approaches to learning and teaching in higher education.  In 1981, he founded and ran The Princeton Review, which helped thousands of students applying to U.S. colleges and universities each year find, get into, and pay for school. In 2008, John founded 2U (NASDAQ: TWOU), an educational tech company that builds and runs high-quality online degree programs for leading nonprofit colleges and universities.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to prescription drug safety to workplace conduct to name a few. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally. 
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair (6th-12th) and STEAM Director (K-12th) at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology.
Frank Sesno is an Emmy-winning journalist and currently serves as the Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He is also the creator of Planet Forward, a multi-media initiative that showcases environmental reporting by college students. Frank is the former Bureau Chief of CNN’s Washington, DC bureau where he worked for 21 years.
Frank Sesno is an Emmy-winning journalist and currently serves as the Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He is also the creator of Planet Forward, a multi-media initiative that showcases environmental reporting by college students. Frank is the former Bureau Chief of CNN’s Washington, DC bureau where he worked for 21 years.
Professor Lynn Vavreck — is an award winning author and Marvin Hoffenberg professor of American politics and public policy at UCLA, where she’s been teaching courses on campaigns, elections and public opinion for almost 20 years.
Professor Lynn Vavreck — is an award winning author and Marvin Hoffenberg professor of American politics and public policy at UCLA, where she’s been teaching courses on campaigns, elections and public opinion for almost 20 years. She’s also a contributing columnist to The Upshot at the New York Times and co-author of Identity Crisis: The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the Battle for the Meaning of America.
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and has also worked with nonprofits before identifying her professional passion in higher education.
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and has also worked with nonprofits before identifying her professional passion in higher education.
Kevin McMullin--- the founder and Head of Talent at Collegewise, the world’s largest college admissions counseling company. Kevin founded Collegewise in Irvine, California, in 1999 using his last paycheck from his previous job. He started out that fall working with nine students at their kitchen tables to help them find the right colleges and complete their applications. But just one year later, over 100 families were enrolled in the Collegewise program, and Kevin was no longer the only counselor.
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and has also worked with nonprofits before identifying her professional passion in higher education.
Kevin McMullin--- the founder and Head of Talent at Collegewise, the world’s largest college admissions counseling company. Kevin founded Collegewise in Irvine, California, in 1999 using his last paycheck from his previous job. He started out that fall working with nine students at their kitchen tables to help them find the right colleges and complete their applications. But just one year later, over 100 families were enrolled in the Collegewise program, and Kevin was no longer the only counselor.  
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions.
Dara Royer is the senior vice president and chief communications officer at Syracuse University.She is the first leader of the school’s marketing and communications division and is responsible for oversight of internal and external marketing efforts including media relations, strategic marketing campaigns and brand stewardship for the school.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair and director of STEAM at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and then her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology.
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair and director of STEAM at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and then her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape and with the goal of lowering the cost of online college tuition. For almost 40 years, John has been a pioneer of innovation in the American educational system.
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape and with the goal of lowering the cost of online college tuition. For almost 40 years, John has been a pioneer of innovation in the American educational system.
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape and with the goal of lowering the cost of online college tuition. For almost 40 years, John has been a pioneer of innovation in the American educational system.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Tiffany Sorya is Founder/CEO of Novel Education Group, an elite homeschooling and academic agency specializing in customized curriculum and college advising, particularly for students and families with unconventional lifestyles. As the private tutor for many high profile clients including Kendall and Kylie Jenner and the family of Dr. Dre, Tiffany’s ethos is rooted in the fundamental, life-long value of education, especially in our digital media driven era of young entrepreneurs and social media stars.
Tiffany Sorya is Founder/CEO of Novel Education Group, an elite homeschooling and academic agency in California, specializing in customized curriculum and college advising, particularly for students and families with unconventional lifestyles. As the private tutor for many high profile clients including Kendall and Kylie Jenner and the family of Dr. Dre, Tiffany’s ethos is rooted in the fundamental, life-long value of education, especially in our digital media driven era of young entrepreneurs and social media stars.
Katherine Schantz, EdM, CAS has served as the Head of school at The Lab School of Washington since 2009. Ms. Schantz has more than 35 years of experience in the field of learning differences and ADHD. She has taught at all educational levels — from public schools, to specialized independent schools for students who learn differently, to the university level. Her research and experience have focused on students with specific language based learning differences (dyslexia) and ADHD, including defining learning differences, evaluating assessments, and determining effective interventions for both the clinical and classroom settings. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Kalamazoo College and a Master of Education and CAS in doctoral studies in the field of Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard University. Before coming to The Lab School, she was head of Delaware Valley Friends School in Pennsylvania and associate head of The Kildonan School in Amenia, New York. Both schools serve students with dyslexia and language based learning differences.
Danny Iny is the founder and CEO of Mirasee and best-selling author of nine published books, including his newest book: Leveraged Learning. He is the host of the Business Reimagined Podcast and is also the creator of the acclaimed Course Builder’s Laboratory training program, which provides all the instruction, coaching, and support that entrepreneurs need to build and launch a profitable online course.  All of this grew out of humble beginnings; Danny dropped out of high school at age 15 because he was bored. And while he made several wrong turns, he’s fond of saying that failure isn’t the end of the story—it’s a “plot twist.”  Back in 2011, Danny started Firepole Marketing with less than nothing; he had no traffic, no subscribers, no relationships with any influencers in the industry, and over a quarter million dollars in personal debt, left over from his last failed startup.    In just a few short years, he transformed Firepole Marketing into Mirasee and grew the business to multiple-seven figures in revenue.
Marie Appel is the Manager of Analytics at The Commit Partnership which has become the largest educational community-based collective impact organization in the U.S. as measured by either staff, by budget, or by total students supported (790,000+ ages 0 thru 22).  After growing up in a small town of 300 to becoming the first in her family to go to college (she went to Harvard on a scholarship), Marie Appel is a true believer in the power of good education.  She also learned from her own experience that in far too many communities around the U.S. there are few resources and little support for economically disadvantaged students.   Today Marie has taken her passion for learning and helping others realize their potential through education to the next level -- teaching herself analytics by watching Youtube videos and taking additional coursework after she graduated from college.  In this episode, Marie talks about how young people can break into the field of education, beyond working as teachers or educators and what skills and life experiences are most useful to those with a passion for helping improve the field of education.
Marie Appel grew up in a town of 300 in a lower, middle class family.  She was the first in her family to go to college and scored a scholarship that allowed her to go to Harvard for only $8,000 for her entire four year education.  While she was at Harvard, Marie earned extra money during various breaks by cleaning the dorms, specifically the showers, using a credit card to scrape off the soap scum on the walls.  But she also participated in amazing experiences at Harvard, like the sailing team, which she believes helped her develop resilience, organization and teamwork -- life skills.
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