Joe DiLucente is a creator of equitable programs and supports for English Learners, giving voice to our region's diverse learning needs.
MaryLu Hutchins, Ed.D.
Teach While Learning: Equity in practice leads to shared ownership in learning
Amanda Nimick is a Special Education Teacher and BCBA teaching in a high school classroom for students with Autism.
Sarah G. Hamilton
Offering guidance, connections, and support in the areas of education and program evaluation
Matthew Strine has been an educator for over 16 years, and after leaving the field for awhile, has found his way back to the classroom!
Elise is a STEM Teacher at Catalyst Academy Charter School, a Girls Who Code facilitator, Girl Scout Troop leader, and volunteer/instructor at the North Hills Art Center.
Enthusiastic teacher with a real passion for collaborative education and an unwavering commitment to optimizing student success
Tereneh Idia is founder of IdiaDega and a freelance writer interested in centering voices of people of the global majority.
Artistic, imaginative, creative, and always willing to adapt and learn. Bennett wants to connect with makers and educators that will push him to grow in his own learning.
Teaching Excellence Academy Manager for the STEM Department at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA.
Principal consultant, strong believer in the power of educators and the importance of racial equity, problem solving and collaboration.
A K-12 Reading Specialist for the Allegheny Intermediate Unite and Adjunct Professor at Duquesne University and California University.
With a background in education policy and implementation, Meredith Bortz partners with school systems, nonprofits, and collaboratives put their equity-centered visions into action.
Robert Scherrer, Ed.D.
Executive Director of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, Superintendent and supporter of life long learning.