Myrna Castrejón, CCSA's Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Named Pahara-Aspen Education Fellow

August 6, 2013

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The Pahara Institute, together with the Aspen Institute, announced today the selection of the Fall 2013 cohort of the highly selective Pahara-Aspen Education Fellows Program. These 24 innovative leaders join the more than 150 leaders who have previously participated in the fellowship, which is designed to support diverse, exceptional leaders who are reimagining America's public schools.

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Myrna Casterjón has served in various leadership positions at CCSA since 2003, assuming her current role as Senior Vice President of Government Affairs in January 2013, where she leads CCSA's advocacy, strategy and policy agenda, and provides political and strategic advice to key stakeholders.

The Pahara-Aspen Education Fellowship (formerly the Aspen-New Schools Fellowship) is a two-year, cohort-based program that identifies innovative leaders in the educational equity movement, facilitates their dynamic growth, and strengthens their collective efforts to dramatically improve public schools for low-income children and communities.

The Fellowship provides these exceptional leaders with the unusual opportunity to step back from their demanding daily work to reflect with peers on their collective and individual impact as leaders and change agents. Read the press release.

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