Maria Akinyele

Dr. Maria Akinyele is a lifelong learner. Reader of philosophy, lover of museums, and author of a chapter in the forthcoming Teaching Black History in Schools, she continues to deepen and […]

MARCIA ARIAS

With an energetic and optimistic approach to daily life, Marcia combines her background in technology and project management together with her passion for the human psyche in order to bring […]

Alexis Brocchi

With a background consisting of operational support and program collaboration with private businesses, nonprofit organizations, and cultural agencies such as Human Rights Watch (HRW), the City of Chicago’s Department of […]

Charlotte Danielson

Charlotte began her career in education over 50 years ago as a teacher in a multi-age (1st and 2nd grade) classroom in Washington, D.C. From her first year in the […]

Jim Furman

Dr. Jim Furman, Executive Director. Jim began his career as an English teacher at Fannie C. Williams Middle School in New Orleans. He later served as a faculty member in […]

Shirley R. Hall

When asked to oversee the pilot of The Framework for Teaching for the School District of Philadelphia, Shirley leveraged her experience as an elementary teacher, teacher of the blind and […]

Brian Johnson

A lifetime advocate for education, Brian brings his passion to work every day. His career began with 11 years as a teacher in New York City classrooms, and he continues […]

Rena Joseph

Rena Joseph is a program coordinator with the Danielson Group.

Lee Kappes

Lee’s career in education cuts across practice and policy at all levels of the education sector. In her 18 years as a classroom teacher, Lee lived out her belief that […]