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“The purpose of education, as I see it, is to make learning a personal, lifelong pursuit that contributes to students’ holistic development as individuals and as community members. Access to talented, passionate teachers is invaluable in pursuit of this goal.”
Gregory Rudd is an associate consultant with Public Impact, focusing primarily on assisting schools and districts with Opportunity Culture design and implementation to extend the reach of excellent teachers and their teams. Before joining Public Impact, he was a Teach For America corps member and Leroy ‘Pop’ Miller Fellow in the Teach For America Charlotte network, where he designed and facilitated training sessions for beginning teachers. Rudd taught science for three years at a Charlotte-Mecklenburg high school, where he also advised student organizations and coached baseball. He has also worked in Illinois as a Leadership for Educational Equity Policy and Advocacy Fellow. Rudd holds a B.A. in medicine, health, and society and a B.A. in African-American and diaspora studies from Vanderbilt University.