A globally recognized expert in education, Tony Wagner is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Learning Policy Institute. Tony's work includes numerous articles and seven books, including three best-sellers: Most Likely To Succeed: Preparing Our Kids for The Innovation Era; Creating Innovators: The Making of Young People Who Will Change The World; and The Global Achievement Gap.
DR. JAMILA DUGAN
Author, leadership coach, and researcher who has dedicated her career to making “equity” more than just a buzzword in the education sector.
A co-founder of Big Picture Learning and The Met Center in Providence, R.I. who has been involved in school reform for more than 50 years at all levels.
Head of School at Beaver Country Day School, with 35 years of experience as a teacher, leader, and innovator in education.
Normative political philosopher at Harvard GSE who works at the intersection of civic education, youth empowerment, racial justice, and educational ethics.
Co-founding Head of School at Christina Seix Academy, an innovative urban independent school, & acting Harber Fellow of Educational Studies and Social Entrepreneurship at Wesleyan University.
Professor, author, maker, and former middle school teacher specializing in talks on technology, digital literacy, creative assessment and project-based learning.
Regional Education Manager at Steelcase, focusing on innovative research in school and workspace design.
Director of Powderhouse, a research, design, and advocacy group devoted to realizing the future of learning in practice through direct action with youth.
Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer at Novak Education; previously the Founding Head of School of the Putnam Avenue Upper School in Cambridge, MA