Futures Of Education
Reimagining our futures together: A new social contract for education calls for collective action to transform education and contribute to a rebalancing of our relationships with each other, with the planet, and with technology. It was built through a co-construction process that engaged both domestic and international partners and stakeholders. Now our projects needs you to help transform education.
Let’s take action by funding and supporting the implementation of educational projects that shape the future of humanity and the planet!
Alysia Ballinger works for the California Conservation Corps, where she manages a team of Conservationists on public service conservation work projects and natural disaster emergency response. Her role focuses on job training and career development for young adults.
Alysia served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malawi. She designed and implemented a two-year project focused on environmental improvement and social empowerment for communities living in a rural catchment area that encompassed 6 to 10 villages and 10,000 people.
Alysia has a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development from the School for International Training.
In her free time, Alysia can be found backpacking throughout California and soaking in secret hot springs.
Caitlyn Bradburn is a training and curriculum design consultant in the public and global health spheres.
She focuses on building the capacity of healthcare workers around the world. She has worked in 17 countries around the world.
She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroon and Malawi, where she was a health volunteer.
In her free time, Caitlyn can be found baking bread, dreaming of her next adventure, or exploring Seattle.
Brian served as a Peace Corps community health volunteer in Cameroon. He worked to support the health of those in a minimum security prison while helping them to sell goods in the local craft markets.
Brian has a long history of involvement in political campaigns. He has a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Illinois State University.
Brian Hillery is the owner of a bar in Washington, DC, called Exiles. It was recently voted the best bar in DC!
In his free time, Brian likes to cheer on the Buffalo Bills football team. Go Bills!
Cas Hoefman is a seasoned Information Technology Professional with an edge in Communication Technologies and more than 35 years of experience in the Tech Startup world and is passionate about supporting Tech & Startup Eco Systems with advisory and consultative engagements.
He was born in Suriname and has felt a life-long connection to his birthplace.
Cas is a serial entrepreneur who has started businesses ranging from coffin-making companies to record labels, and a renowned Italian restaurant.
In his free time, Cas can be found tinkering and building things, talking about politics, and enjoying flying.
We believe that:
We need to center on the most marginalized
We have to expand investments in open, free, and high-quality digital education
And that digitally transforming education requires pedagogical innovation and change