Connections: Linking Talented Educators
Connections: Linking Talented Educators


  • "They [high schoolers] are in the process of learning how they fit in the world. Today’s students are more socially aware and less..." (read more)
    Nathan Yaussy (OH '19)
    Teacher, Hawken Upper School
  • "I want my students to internalize that no matter the adversity thrown their way, no matter the stereotypes anyone may impose on them,..." (read more)
    Princess Francois (NY '19)
    New York Executive Director, America Needs You
  • "I define success as growth. Everyone can grow and be successful. It can be personal growth, academic growth, or professional growth...." (read more)
    Brooke Lee (OK '19)
    Assistant Principal, Claremore High School
  • "Hands-on assignments bring history alive. Reading about an assembly line is fine, but it isn’t going to have the same academic..." (read more)
    Brian Allman (WV '19)
    Teacher, Buckhannon-Upshur High School
  • "I work hard to build relationships with my students. When they accidentally call me ‘Mom’ I know I have done my job well. It..." (read more)
    Jennifer Williams (LA '19)
    Teacher, John Q. Adams Middle School
  • "Although I was blessed to have phenomenal teachers throughout my K-12 experience, I did not have one academic African American male..." (read more)
    Dr. Johnnie Marshall (GA '19)
    Principal, Valdosta Early College Academy
  • "I believe we are successful if we have made a difference in the lives of others, lived a life aligned with our values, and achieved..." (read more)
    Lacy Rivera (NM '19)
    Teacher, Sundance Elementary School
  • "The relationships between older and younger students through reading stories together is one of my very favorite successes. Watching..." (read more)
    Lyndsay Hartmann (NE '19)
    Teacher, St. Patrick Catholic School
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