Meet your speakers for Do Good 2020.
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Guybe is the authority in public private partnerships for community benefit. With two decades aligning service learning curricula and community partnerships, Guybe shares front line experiences and the expert roadmap to building successful community partnerships.
Best Practices on Service, Engagement and Social Impact
From her role as Director of Public Service at Trinity School to founding Bennsion 1 for 1 pajama company delivering social good worldwide, Sarah is an expert at bringing social advocacy into every aspect of community engagement. #thoughtleader #communityimpact #purposedrivencurriculum
Jane Shore, Ed.D.
How, what you track and what you do with it
Jane shares can’t miss insights from two decades of educational research in the U.S. Department of Education, The World Bank, George Washington University, the Educational Testing Center and more. Join Jane for industry leading best practices when tracking your service learning program.
Working Community Engagement into Middle School Classes
Annie Makela launched the Scott Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Hillbrook School in 2017. She is an influential TEDx veteran sharing her classroom experience, passion and playbook to deliver social entrepreneurship opportunities to classrooms everyday across the country.
Maximizing Service Learning for College Admissions
Katie co-chairs the Do Good 2020 closing panel with first-hand insights on the evolution from standardized testing in college admissions to a focus on well rounded applicants. She shares from her admissions leadership at Rhodes College complimented by a unique history as a Princeton Review Instructor.