Aug 25, 2020
Today’s guest knows exactly what it means to be called to a mission that is greater than yourself.
I am honored and excited to introduce you to this incredible force for change, CEO of Pencils of Promise, Tanya Ramos. Tanya has devoted her career to improving educational opportunities and life outcomes for young people in the most low-resourced communities. With a track record of growing organizations in key leadership roles at Education Pioneers and The Children’s Aid Society, she has served as a tireless advocate for educational equity.
Tanya has been honored with the Annie E. Casey Foundation Award for exemplary work in underserved communities and received her Master of Science in Urban Policy and Management from New School University.
In this episode, Tanya and I go deep
into conversations about access to education and how Tanya is
working diligently to reshape the landscape of education across the
globe. Tanya shares her own personal story and reveals the
struggles behind her ADHD diagnosis and the inspiration behind her
calling of servant leadership. Plus, Tanya discloses why BIPOC
women are deserving of leadership roles and the extensive work it
took for her to achieve her recognition and success.
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