Date: September 19, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
Join Future Design School to learn how heads of school and board chairs are answering these questions through transparent, empowering, action-oriented strategic implementation frameworks designed to leverage strengths, address challenges, engage community stakeholders, and most importantly, achieve a cohesive, future-ready vision with shared expectations and measurable results.
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Sandra NagyManaging Director, Future Design School
Sandra Nagy has dedicated her career to innovation in learning and building effective organizational strategy. She is a firm believer in the capacity of educators to drive future-skill development, and in sustained professional development that leverages a blend of learning tools. With over two decades of experience, Sandra leads the Education Practice at Future Design School, building strong academic partnerships with school leaders that help to drive their strategic priorities through consulting support, professional development, and efficacious curriculum resources. Prior to her current role, Sandra spent over a decade as a senior digital strategist with Pearson Education. She has also spent time at Accenture and The Learning Partnership. Sandra has a master’s in education from Harvard University, focused on technology in education, and holds a bachelor of commerce focused on organizational behavior and entrepreneurship from McGill University.
Sarah PrevetteCEO, Future Design School
Sarah Prevette has developed transformational strategy for some of the country’s biggest business leaders and renowned brands. Globally recognized for her work in human-centered design and entrepreneurship, she is proud to work alongside an incredible team of educators to drive innovation inside schools. Sarah’s organization, Future Design School, provides world-class strategy development, professional training programs and resources that empower effective leadership and personalized learning. After starting her career at an early stage startup in 1997, she gained invaluable experience in all aspects of business as she worked with an entrepreneurial team to scale the company into a global behemoth. She was recruited to run product development and marketing for a large software company, which she helped grow and sell to Thomson Reuters in 2008. Sarah then founded Sprouter; the world’s first online community providing real-time advice to startups. The platform was acquired in 2011 and she went on to build BetaKit – a popular technology news site that was acquired in 2013. In 2014, she joined forces with talented business leaders from some of the world’s top companies like LEGO, Virgin and Starbucks to create a venture capital fund that actively invested millions of dollars in early-stage startups across a wide variety of industries and created nearly a billion dollars in net worth.
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