Movement Builder Network Participants

10 January 2019

The Movement Builder Network has held two Intensives over the last year; one in Washington, DC in November 2018 and one in Denver, CO in May 2019. The leaders listed below participated in these events.

Amy Anderson, ReSchool Colorado
Juline Albert, Western Iowa Tech Community College
Thomas Arnett, Christensen Institute
Linda Barker, independent
Sam Battan, Colorado Youth Congress
Anne Bowles, CCSSO
Dana Brinson, Oak Foundation
Brooke Brown, Carson Foundation
Amanda Burke, Center for the Future of Arizona
Stacy Caldwell, Mastery Transcript Consortium
Andy Calkins, Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC)
Julianna Charles-Brown, Center for Collaborative Education (CCE)
Olivia Christensen, Iowa BIG (graduate)
Joe Cirasuolo, (former) CAPSS
Leslie Colwell, Colorado Children’s Campaign
David Cook, AdaptEd Futures
Becky Crowe, Clayton Early Learning
Audrey Cruz, Tipton
Michelle Culver, Teach For America
Bob Cunningham, Understood
Adrienne Deshaies, Together Colorado
Francisco Dominguez, Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School
Susan Dreyer-Leon, Antioch University
Anthony Emerson, California Community Foundation (CCF)
Maddie Fennell, Nebraska State Education Association (NSEA)
Jessica Fuller, ReSchool Colorado
Lynn Gangone, AACTE
Kate Garvin, ACTION Zone, Aurora Public Schools
Paul Green, Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC)/Jackson Independent District
Kristina Moss Gunnardsdottir, Hampshire College
Sachin Joshi Hansen, Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning (RMSEL)
Emma Hiza, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Annie Holmes, Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)
Katie Hooten, Teach For America Phoenix
Christina Jean, The HadaNõu Collective
Stacy Johns, Together Colorado
Vicki Kerr, Colorado Outward Bound School
Cynthia Leck, Transcend
Jemar Lee, Iowa BIG (graduate) / Education Reimagined
Deb Leong, Tools of the Mind
Larry Leverett, (former) Panasonic Foundation
Clara Lew-Smith, UP for Learning
Emily Liebtag, Getting Smart
Grant Lichtman, The Future of K-12 Education
Veeko Lucas, AdaptED
Marc Porter Magee, 50CAN
Johari Malik, Breakthrough Montessori
Jasmine McBride, High School for Recording Arts (graduate)
Tanner McCarthy, The Met (graduate)
Elsie Jane Merchant, Wasatch Waldorf Charter School
Emily Merchant, Wasatch Waldorf Charter School
Colby Mills, Pike Road Schools
Eunice Mitchell, Big Picture Learning
Pam Moran, Virginia School Consortium of Learning (VaSCL)
Nikolaus Namba, (former) Lindsay Unified School District
Michael Niyompong, Mental Health Center of Denver
Al O’Bannon, LBA Foundation
Erin O’Leary, Center for Supportive Schools (CSS)
Anne Olson, KnowledgeWorks
AJ Papakee, Iowa BIG (graduate)
Antonio Parés, The Donnell-Kay Foundation
Sarah Park, Wend Ventures
Sheela Prasad, Teach For America Phoenix
Katherine Prince, KnowledgeWorks
Paola Ramírez, ReSchool Colorado
Ana Rangel, Wend Ventures
Ellen Roche, Trust for Learning
Jose Rodriguez, College Unbound
Kwesi Rollins, Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL)
Lisa Roy, Denver Public Schools Early Childhood Office
Yancy Sanes, Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School
Brittney Sampson, independent
Shruti Sehra, New Profit, Inc.
Brian Sense, Great Work Inc.
Liz Sheka, Morningside College
Wendy Shenk-Evans, Montessori Public Policy Initiative (MPPI)
Jane Shirley, CSL Colorado
Yvonne Simon, Southern New Hampshire University
Ira Socol, Independent Consultant
Michael Soguero, (former) Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center
Lee-Ann Stephens, St. Louis Park School District
Alden Stout, Morningside College
Sarah Stucky, Wend Ventures
Sara Suchman, National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS)
Melanie Tavares, The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
Kesia Turner, Embarc Chicago
Chris Unger, Northeastern University
Karla Vigil, EduLeaders of Color, Rhode Island
Allyson Villeda, The Met
Marcus Wade-Prince, Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center (graduate)
Christin Whitener, CW Impact Strategies
Mark Wilding, PassageWorks Institute
Rona Wilensky, PassageWorks Institute

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