Franco Mosso is the co-founder and CEO of Enseña Perú. An economist who graduated from Peru’s Universidad de la Pacífico, he also serves as a leadership specialist in change management at the Center for Adaptive Leadership in Peru. He served from 2014 to 2017 on Teach For All’s Network Advisory Council and was also the CEO of the Ayni Conference, an annual conference that gathers 1,300 student leaders, teachers, policy makers an innovators from Peru to connect, inspire and act on education reform. He has been a member of the Strategic Committee of CADE Universitario, an annual national conference that engages 650 talented university seniors around the future of the development of Peru. Franco teaches strategic leadership at Universidad del Pacífico Graduate School. He has also been a jury in the national contest of best teaching practices from the Ministry of Education in Peru, and of "Maestro que Deja Huella", a private sector contest to find the most promising teachers across Peru. His inspiration to contribute to his country begun while doing research on microfinance for rural areas in Peru, shortly after which he decided to take on the challenge of education. Prior to transitioning to the CEO role, Franco led all of Enseña Perú’s programmatic functions, including recruitment, selection, ongoing support, alumni, placement, and government relations. Franco holds a M.Ed in International Education Policy from Harvard University and has attended an executive program in strategic non-profit management at the Harvard Business School. In 2018 he was granted the Leadership in Education award by the Harvard Graduate School of Education. During his time on staff at Enseña Perú, Franco met his wife, and they currently live together in Peru with their daughter.