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Amy Tepper has served as a teacher, administrator, and program director in various K-12 settings and startups to include virtual, homeschool, blended, and public schools.
Patrick Flynn has worked as a teacher, teacher leader, curriculum director, and executive program director in K-12 settings in over eleven different states.
Joy Casey grew up in the Denver metro area and attended the University of Denver where she earned her bachelor's degree in International Business. Shortly after graduation, she enrolled back at the University of Denver in their combined licensure and master’s in education program.
Amanda Brueggeman grew up on a farm in Southeast Missouri and then worked her way to the suburbs of St. Louis, MO, where she taught in elementary classrooms at Valley Park and Wentzville for ten years prior to being a coach. She is currently coaching at Wentzville School District, a suburb of St. Louis, MO, as a K-6 Literacy Coach.
Wade Antonio Colwell is a learner. His calling to education involves serving school communities as a "creative catalyst" for deepening and healing relationships across generation and difference.
Dr. Jennifer Rogers is the Founder of Rogers Training Solutions, LLC. She works teachers, counselors, support staff, parents and administrators on developing tools and strategies to increase positive student outcomes and decrease burnout.
John Krownapple specializes in facilitating professional learning and organizational development focused on social justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Since 2007 he has led the development and implementation of one of the first and most comprehensive Cultural Proficiency programs in the United States.
Jamie is a facilitator, teacher, curriculum developer and leadership coach currently working as an equity focused Leadership Coach and is the founder of The Equity Collaborative in Oakland, California. Prior to leading The Equity Collaborative he held the position of Senior Coach at the National Equity Project, in Oakland CA.
Kristin Anderson is an experienced and passionate educational leader and consultant who equips teachers and administration for impact through professional development in teaching, learning, and leadership.
Kikanza Nuri-Robins, an organizational development consultant, has worked with schools, hospitals and non-profit organizations to boost productivity and diversity. She has also worked with IBM, Baskin-Robbins, and now as a consultant for the nursing faculty at the Univesrity of Texas Health Sciences Center.