OpenEd17: The 14th Annual Open Education Conference
October 11 – 13, 2017  ::  Anaheim, CA

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Cathy Casserly

Hewlett/ Institute for the Future
Catalyst at Nexus of Learning, Leadership & the Future
San Francisco Bay Area
Catherine M. Casserly, Ph.D. is a pracademic, working at the nexus of research and practice as a catalyst for openness, innovation and leadership. Casserly works with a portfolio of education organizations with a passion for learning eco-systems that support high quality education experiences for all. She is currently Interim OER Lead at the Hewlett Foundation and Senior Advisor for the Carnegie and Lumina Foundations. She is a member of the Advisory Council for the National Science Foundation, chairing its subcommittee on open licensing, and a Research Affiliate with Institute for the Future. Previously, Casserly was CEO and President of Creative Commons, Fellow with the Aspen Institute, VP at the Carnegie Foundation and VP at EdCast. She was founding architect of the OER field, developing, managing and launching the 100M inaugural portfolio for the Hewlett Foundation.
Early in her career, she taught mathematics in Kingston, Jamaica and tutored in a high security prison. Casserly earned her Ph.D. in the economics of education from Stanford University, B.A. in Mathematics from Boston College, and holds an Honorary Doctorate from the Open University, UK.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, October 13

9:15am PDT