Chand is Director of Remake Learning. She identifies and nurtures multi-sector collaborative opportunities that provide remarkable learning experiences for youth in southwestern Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Remake Learning, active since , is a network of organizations igniting engaging, relevant, equitable learning in support of young people navigating rapid technological and societal change.
Learn more at remakelearning. Prior to Remake Learning, Sunanna served in the Mayor-President's office in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, leading a network of cross-sector organizations working to collectively impact public health outcomes. She began her career teaching 1st and 2nd grade. Sunanna earned an M. Michelle King. Michelle King is a learner first and foremost and as well as an instigator of learning.
Professionally, she is a middle school teacher and has taught over 22 years in public schools in Southwestern Pennsylvania. She learned and honed her craft in Mt. Lebanon with a fantastic crew of educators and students for over 16 years. In her quest to instigate courageous conversations about learning and children, she ventured to The Environmental Charter School and their principles Catalyst. She is constantly seeking to create dynamic learning experiences and opportunities that inspire wonder, discovery, contradictions, frustrations, and joy.
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