Meg Goldner-Rabinowitz

B.A. (English) University of Pennsylvania; M.S. (Education and Educational Leadership) University of Pennsylvania

Meg joins us after a successful run at Germantown Friends School, in Philadelphia, where she served as the Site Director for the Global Online Academy and held both teaching and leadership during her time. Meg was also a diversity leader at Germantown Friends, where she has designed, organized, and presented professional development opportunities, and advised leadership on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Meg’s roles at Germantown Friends have also included serving as a college counselor, academic dean, English teacher, and curriculum designer.

Since 2006, she has also served as faculty in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, where her courses have included Advanced Methods of Teaching English, School and Society, Learning and Motivation in Context, and Developing Culturally Relevant Teaching Strategies.

In her philosophy statement, Meg tells us: “In the leadership roles I have played in my school, from Academic Dean to Director of College Counseling to Diversity Leadership team member, I have partnered with a wide range of senior administrative team members to build policies and practices that are effective and inclusive. My sense of the most effective leadership is that it emerges from a combination of attention, receptivity, flexibility, patience, kindness, critical humility, and sense of humor.”

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