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ED. S in Evaluation of Social Programs, Stanford University; Master of Arts in International Education and Development, Stanford University School of Education; Bachelor of Arts, History, Secondary Teaching Certification, University of Michigan
Next Step Charter School, Washington, DC
“Bridging Classroom and Community: Bringing Community-Based Learning and Teaching to Your Syllabus,” Ann Ferren Teaching Conference, American University, January 2009.
“University/Community Partnerships: Rhetoric or Reality?” Community Research and Learning Network (CoRAL) Annual Conference, American University, April 2007.
"A New Perspective on Technology Transfer: Bringing Home Successful Field Projects from the Developing World," Panelist at InterAction Annual Conference, Arlington, Virginia, April 1992.
"Education and Women in Latin America," Panelist at Comparative International Education Society Conference, Annapolis, Maryland, March 1992.
"Popular Education in Latin America," Panel organizer and presenter at Latin American Studies Association, Miami, Florida, December 1989.
Inter-American Foundation Master's Fellowship, Santiago, Chile, 1985. Study of evaluation and community participation in nonformal health education programs in urban shantytowns.
The Dawn of the People, Green Valley Films, Nicaragua, Central America and Vermont, summer 1980. Served as guide and interpreter to team of filmmakers producing a 30-minute documentary about the National Literacy Crusade of Nicaragua