Laura Barrowman is the Chief Technology Officer and Group Chief Information Security Officer at Credit Suisse, focusing on providing core technology services to the organization and ensuring the integrity of IT production environments within the b
Senior Advisor for Global Affairs to the President, Columbia University in the City of New York
Paul Fletcher joined CDC Group plc in 2000 from Citibank, where he held various roles in Tokyo, New York, Nairobi and London. He was appointed CEO of CDC in 2002 and oversaw the spin off which created Actis.
Wendy Kopp is CEO and Co-founder of Teach For All, a global network of independent organizations that are developing collective leadership to ensure all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Chairman of the Zimbabwe National Commission of UNESCO
Thomas Ogilvie has held a number of management positions over more than fifteen years with Deutsche Post DHL Group. He joined the company in December 2001 with the Market Research Service Center (MRSC) at Deutsche Post Consult GmbH.
Fernando Reimers is the Ford Foundation Professor of the Practice of International Education and Director of both the Global Education Innovation Initiative and the International Education Policy Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Director, International Education Policy Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Mr. Javier Roglá is the Global Director of Santander Universities and CEO of Universia Holding –he oversees a network of over 1000+ universities and the largest corporate-sponsored Higher Education support program in the world.
Kan Hiroshi Suzuki is a pioneer of the promotion of active learning in Japan. He currently serves as Ministerial Aide, Chief Policy Officer to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) in Japan.
CEO, Rosc Global LLC; Former Chairman and CEO, Monitor Group
Sir John Hood was an executive of Fletcher Challenge for 19 years and is a former vice-chancellor of the Universities of Auckland and Oxford. He currently serves as President and CEO of the Robertson Foundation, Chairman of the Rhodes Trust,
Joseph W. Saunders was named Chairman of the board and Chief Executive Officer of Visa Inc. upon its formation in May 2007, and retired from Visa in March 2013. As chairman and chief executive officer of Visa Inc., Joseph W.
Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Visa Inc.
Nine-time Grammy® Award winner and Academy Award winner John Legend is a multi-talented artist whose distinctive voice and songwriting style have earned him legions of fans worldwide, along with a strin
Laurene Powell Jobs is founder and chair of Emerson Collective, an organization that supports social entrepreneurs and organizations working in the areas of education, immigration reform and social justice.
Head of Partnerships, North America, LEGO Foundation
My name is Ruben Natan Cabrera Gomez, I am 16 years old, and I live in La Paz Baja California Sur, México, where I am in 11th grade,.I like to practice sports with my brothers and I want to become a firefighter so I can help people
My name is María Márquez, I’m in fifth grade in a public school called high performance school “COAR.” I’m from Peru and I live in the department of Arequipa. Arequipa is a very beautiful city and has a great volcano t
I am Sunita Waiba, a 17 year old female student studying in Shree Chilaune Secondary School, Pachpokhari, Thangpalkot rural municipality, Sindhupalchok district, Nepal. My best subject is science and I am interested in helping others.
Magdalena Fernández Lemos has a degree in Political Science and Government (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella), is a Secondary and Higher Education Teacher (Universidad Austral) and has a postgraduate degree in Management (University of CEMA).
Larisa’s inspiration to provide all children in Armenia with an opportunity to attain an excellent education derived from her two-year experience as a Teach For America special education teacher in Phoenix, Arizona.
After studying Business Engineering, Caroline worked at Deloitte before joining the French non-profit association IECD, where she worked on a variety of development projects in Africa, the Middle-East, and Asia.
Before joining Teach For Bulgaria in 2010, Evgenia Peeva-Kirova worked as a management consultant at McKinsey and Company, where she advised leading companies across industries ranging from technology and pharmaceuticals to industrial electronics
Margarita has extensive professional experience in managing educational, social, and peace-building programs and projects in the public sector, where she was recognized for her leadership style and ability to build highly motivated, successful tea
Paul is co-CEO of Le Choix de L’école since 2018 after having been COO of the organization from 2017. Before that, he worked at the African Development Bank in Ivory Coast and the French Embassy in India.
Teach First Deutschland (TFD) was founded in 2007 by Kaija Landsberg and Michael Okrob after the two wrote their master’s thesis on the adaptability of the Teach For America/Teach First model to Germany.
Nedgine is the co-founder and CEO of Anseye Pou Ayiti, which seeks to raise education outcomes in rural Haiti by promoting teacher excellence and student success—rooted in Haitian culture, customs, and community.
Yusuke Matsuda founded Teach For Japan (formerly known as “Learning for All”) in July of 2010. However, his passion foreducation and desire to make the Teach For All approach a reality in Japan dates back much further.
Roberta Ziziene is the CEO of Renkuosi Mokyti! in Lithuania. She is responsible for successful implementation and development of the project, leadership of the team, search for sponsorship opportunities, trainings of school principals.
Dzameer Dzulkifli is Managing Director and a Co-Founder of Teach For Malaysia. Armed with his M. Eng. (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London, Dzameer is a passionate educational devotee.
Erik Ramírez-Ruiz is the president of Enseña por México, a social enterprise that works to improve academic outcomes of underserved children, while building a larger movement of leaders that will promote a systemic change in the country’s ed
Prior to becoming the Co-Founder and CEO of Teach for Nepal, Shisir Khanal worked as the Executive Director of Sarvodaya USA, a Madison, Wisconsin-based non-profit organization that supports grassroots social movements around the world.
Pedro Almeida has a degree in Electro-technical Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto. After working as a Business Analyst in London in the food distribution industry, Pedro completed an MBA at INSEAD.
A co-founder of Teach For Romania, Corina was previously the organization’s Director of Training and Support. A seasoned professional with more than 16 years of coordinating strategic programs and business start
Ida is the CEO for Teach for Sweden and, since 2010, has been the CEO for the non-profit organization Rektorsakademien, a leading professional network for leadership in education and business with over 11,000 members.
Teach For Uganda’s Co-founder and Chief of Programs, Charlotte I. Nsengiyumva, has over five years of youth development experience. Upon completing university, she worked as a high school teacher for two years before joining Educate!
Prior to co-founding Teach For Unganda, CEO James Kassaga Arinaitwe gained eight years of international development experience working with The Carter Center in the United States, the non-profit organization founded by former U.S.
Inspired by the Teach For All network’s shared approach and its success around the world, CEO and Co-founder Rimma El Joueidi and her fellow co-founders developed and launched Teach For Ukraine to improve the quality of school education and
Prior to becoming CEO of Teach First, Russell was General Secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) in the United Kingdom from 2010-2017, following a career in the software industry and as a management consultant with Hay Group
Sofía Puig transitioned to lead Enseña Uruguay as their Executive Director in 2018. Prior to this, Sofía had joined the program as a Fellow in 2016, teaching English and Spanish to teenagers in one of the most vulnerable communities in Uruguay.