Eugene Pinkard, Jr., Director, Practice & Leadership in the Education & Society Program at The Aspen Institute
Robert Bailey, VP Sales at Hāpara
Join Hāpara’s Robert Bailey as he interviews Eugene Pinkard, Director, Practice and Leadership for the Aspen Institute Education & Society Program. They’ll discuss how to use school climate data to lead improvement in schools during a pandemic.
Gene Pinkard serves as Director, Practice and Leadership for the Aspen Institute Education & Society Program. A longtime educator and leader, he leads the Aspen Education urban district networks and development of practitioner resources. The team supports superintendents, chief academic officers, and school leaders as they deepen their learning and refine their improvement strategies. Gene was most recently the Chief of School Design and Continuous Improvement at DC Public Schools, where he led school improvement, innovation, and strategic planning. Previously, Gene focused on equity initiatives and pedagogy in his roles as a principal supervisor for middle schools and system leader. Gene has served as an administrator in private, charter, and traditional public schools across the K-12 band. Gene serves on the board of Honored, and on the Community Action board of Children’s National Medical Center. He spends his spare time trying to keep pace with his sons on various screens and fields.
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