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New Schools for Baton Rouge’s third Education Ecosystem Summit is an opportunity for the Baton Rouge community to join together on behalf of our city’s children. Together–parents, community leaders, and heads of nonprofits and local businesses–will articulate a vision for Baton Rouge education, celebrate the progress made, and recommit to the work ongoing. We will collaborate around solutions to priority challenges in the short term and surface challenges to solve for over the long term. By coming together, we ensure that the solutions we put in place now and in the future are responsive to the needs of students and families.
Thursday, April 14 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
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Brenna Benson

Strategy, New Schools for Baton Rouge
Brenna began her career in education working for Teach for America in New Orleans. Soon after, Brenna worked as the Director of Data and Analytics for KIPP New Orleans Schools. She also works as an independent consultant, helping shape portfolio strategies for major urban school districts... Read More →

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Patrick Dobard

Superintendent, Recovery School District
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Adam Hawf

Chief Growth Officer, Collegiate Academies
As Chief Growth Officer for Collegiate Academies, Adam works to ensure that Collegiate Academies expands to serve more students, families, and communities without sacrificing quality or sustainability. Adam studied English Literature and European History at Tulane University from... Read More →
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Chris Meyer

CEO, New Schools for Baton Rouge
Chris is a former educator who has been involved in local reform efforts in instrumental ways before founding New Schools for Baton Rouge in 2012. Chris led the Recovery School District’s Office of Portfolio and served alongside State Superintendent Paul Pastorek, where he pioneered... Read More →