“I want to re-learn coding next. I think back to the days of Xanga and MySpace where, as digital natives, we learned to code HTML effortlessly. Along the way, I lost that skill. I think re-learning and expanding my coding skills beyond HTML is on my “to learn” docket.”
Nardos Ghebreab is a researcher-practitioner and Program Manager at the National Charter Collaborative. Nardos brings ample experience with strategic planning, program implementation, and data/research evaluation to her work, in addition to a passion for racial equity and inclusion. She is a former classroom teacher and instructional leader, and leverages those perspectives to launch school-level programs and initiatives to develop and support instructional leaders in their respective roles. Nardos is currently a doctoral student at the University of Maryland, College Park earning a Ph.D. in Teaching, Learning, Policy & Leadership with a concentration in Minority and Urban Education. She received her M.S. in Education Research from Georgia State University and her B.A. in Sociology from Georgetown University. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.