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Alisa Berger

Adjunct Lecturer on Education
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Degree:  M.B.A., Georgetown University, (1999)
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Faculty Assistant:  Ryan Noll

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Alisa Berger is the co-author of the book How to Innovate: The Essential Guide for the Fearless School Leader (TC Press, 2014). She is currently working as a school leader at JCDS, a small bi-lingual school in Watertown, MA. Her consulting work focuses on working with schools and districts on the design and implementation of next generation school models. Before moving to Massachusetts, she was the founding co-principal at the NYC iSchool, a New York City public high school committed to rethinking high school for the 21st century. Previously, she has worked in the DOE central offices as a Director of Leadership and Organizational Learning. Berger received her BA from Barnard College, her MA in curriculum design from Teachers College, Columbia University and her MBA from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.

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