List of Partners

Greater Trinity Academy

Partner 2012-2014


Advances opportunities for traditionally underserved children and their families, empowering them with an exceptional preschool education, a rigorous before-and after school program for elementary students and job support for parents and caregivers.


Our partnership supports general operations for this emblematic top-tier early learning center: eighty-five percent of GTA students enter school ahead of their peers and 100 percent enter Kindergarten at or above literacy grade level.  

Half the Sky Movement

Partner 2012-2014


Raises awareness about women’s education, health, protection and economic issues and provides concrete steps to fight gender-based oppression.


Our partnership supports the Half the Sky Movement Campus Ambassadors program, which provides students with a blueprint for engagement on the six issues presented in the Half the Sky Movement documentary: gender-based violence, sex trafficking, forced prostitution, maternal mortality, education and economic empowerment. Our partnership also supports the Students Rebuild Award featuring Half the Sky Movement.

Harvard Center on the Developing Child

Partner since 2011


Enhances child well-being through research-backed innovations in policy and practice. Designs, implements and evaluates models that reduce disparities in childhood well-being.


Our partnership supports Harvard University’s Frontiers of Innovation which seeks to test breakthrough approaches to early learning and accelerate the translation of scientific research to practice. Our partnership also supports  a cross-institutional research collaboration with the Institute for Learning and Brain Science at the University of Washington. 

Harvard Graduate School of Education Ed.L.D. Program

Partner 2013-2016


Trains education leaders to improve student opportunity, achievement and success in the US and throughout the world.


Our partnership supports the Doctor of Education Leadership Program (Ed.L.D.). This new and innovative degree is a practice-based program that fuses education, business and public policy for an education experience that prepares students to be effective and thoughtful leaders in the education field.  


Partner since 2013


Envisions a nation in which all youth are connected to college-educated mentors who can provide the support and guidance they need to graduate from high school and succeed in college.


Our partnership supports building and stewarding mentoring relationships that empower students in low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college and achieve their ambitions.