With over 35 years of experience in education, Kim Carter has taught preK through graduate school, and provided training, coaching, and facilitation for administrators, teachers, parents, community partners, and youth in schools and learning organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom. As 1991 New Hampshire Teacher of the Year and 1996 New Hampshire Media Educator of the Year, Kim has been actively involved in local, state, and national education reform efforts for over two decades, including Souhegan High School, Monadnock Community Connections School, Five Freedoms Project, and most recently, the Q.E.D. Foundation. Kim’s expertise and interests include designing highly effective learning and assessment, democratic schooling, educational equity, learning theory, and high school redesign.
Susan Dreyer-Leon is a former alternative public high school teacher/leader in New York City and Vermont, a School Reform Initiative National Facilitator. and an experienced Coalition of Essential Schools teacher and leader. Her special interests include the development and support of equitable, democratic and joyful schools, mindfulness and education, facilitative leadership, and sustainable and place-based educational practices.
Joy Sabolevski, MBA
Joy Sabolevski possesses over 30 years of experience in strategic enterprise for nonprofit organizations. Joy is the proud mother of a son who graduated from MC2, being passionate of MC2 mission for academic excellence and cultivating life long learners.