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Episode 35: Gisèle Huff, The Jaquelin Hume Foundation

Dr. Gisèle Huff is both interesting and engaging. While education transformation has been her main focus, she is also deeply interested in redirecting how the world of philanthropy works. Gisele’s background is extensive – she currently serves as Executive Director of the Jaquelin Hume Foundation and is the founder of the Learning Accelerator. She began in business, earned a Ph.D. in political science, with a concentration in political philosophy at Columbia University and taught at Golden Gate University, San Francisco University High School and Dominican College. She has been chairman of the Board of Directors of the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Learning and as a member of the Board of Directors of iNACOL, among many other distinguished positions. She talks to Jeanne about her findings after many years of working in policy and philanthropy. This podcast is a must for discerning listeners!

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