Crecer con Todos Foundation’s board of directors is comprised of:
Master’s degree in educational policies, Harvard University; Business management degree majoring in Business Administration, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Current director of Memoria Viva Foundation and experienced in both the private and public field.
Business Administration degree majoring in administration from the University of Chile. Current manager of businesses from Grupo Matetic and director of Teatro del Lago Foundation, as well as taking part in the board of directors of Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP).
Doctor of Education from Harvard University. Ford Foundation Professor of the Practice in International Education, Director of the International Education Policy Program at Harvard University, and member of Massachusetts’ Board of Higher Education.
Business Administration degree majoring in economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; PhD in Economics, University of Cambridge. Specialization in institutional and educational economics. Current Director of Centro de Sistemas Públicos CSP of the Industrial Engineering program at University of Chile.
Sociology degree, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Doctor of sociology from the University of California. Founding partner, Director, and Researcher at Asesorías para el Desarrollo (Consultancy business) between 1998 and 2013. Professor at the Institute of Sociology of Universidad Católica de Chile. Focused on researching school management and improvement during the past 15 years, which adds onto her experience on social policies, poverty, and local development.
Psychology degree, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Doctor of Psychology development and Education from Universitat de Barcelona, Spain. Currently a Professor at the Faculty of Education of Universidad Católica de Chile. Specialized in teaching and researching development and education during childhood.
Crecer con Todos Educational Foundation was created in 2010 to face the harsh and crude reality of Chilean education, which yields unencouraging results in reading:
“In Chile, 6 out of 10 4th grade children living in vulnerable contexts can’t read or understand what they read. Let’s work with Primero LEE program to change this reality TODAY!”.