Posts Tagged ‘Teacher’

Staff reflections: Seth Weinberger

In this series, “Staff Reflections,” we introduce the members of the Innovations for Learning team, who will tell us what brought them to our organization and why they’re excited to do this work. Today: Seth Weinberger, founder and CEO. A good account of Seth’s background and history with IFL can be found here.  He wrote the following […]…

Staff reflections: Sybil Anderson

In this series, “Staff Reflections,” we introduce the members of the Innovations for Learning team, who will tell us what brought them to our organization and why they’re excited to do this work. Today: Sybil Anderson, Teacher Ambassador in the District of Columbia. I came to Innovations for Learning in October 2011, after retiring from a long […]…

Staff reflections: Jessica Nasset

In this series, “Staff Reflections,” we introduce the members of the Innovations for Learning team, who will tell us what brought them to our organization and why they’re excited to do this work. Today: Jessica L. Nasset, Teacher Ambassador in Seattle My dream was always of being a teacher. I can remember back in fifth grade asking […]…

Staff reflections: Tahra Tibbs

In this series, “Staff Reflections,” we introduce the members of the Innovations for Learning team, who will tell us what brought them to our organization and why they’re excited to do this work. Today: Tahra Tibbs, Teacher Ambassador in the District of Columbia As an educator first, it brings me sheer delight to serve both teachers and […]…

Staff reflections: Michele Pulver

In this series, “Staff Reflections,” we introduce the members of the Innovations for Learning team, who will tell us what brought them to our organization and why they’re excited to do this work.  Today: Michele Pulver, National Director for Teacher Services I am a speech-language pathologist by training and began my career working in schools and in […]…

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