Diana Gross is a Learning and Innovation Strategist and who brings over 20 years of experience visioning, designing, implementing and managing innovative education programs domestically and globally. Diana works at the intersection of neuroscience, Technology, and Pedagogy to achieve high implementation levels of comprehensive education initiatives.
Prior to acting as the Director of Learning and Innovation for Talent Development Secondary, Diana traveled internationally connecting schools and developing Technology and Media courses & workshops for underserved communities, trained teachers in Cambodia, and worked with the United Nations to implement a mobile technology for education program for the Myanmar government.
Diana has lived and worked in throughout the United Sates, Southeast Asia and Africa. She was recognized by National Geographic for the “globe-spanning goal of digitally connecting teachers and students by bringing technology education to underserved communities”.
In 2012 she founded Global Citizen Educate that successfully closed teaching and learning gaps for teachers and students throughout SEAsia and Africa through a robust, culturally-responsive STEAM education program. She is also a former documentary filmmaker and has led Tell Your Own Story digital media production workshops in SEAsia and Africa.
She was named a a National Geographic Traveler of the Year in 2012.
photo credit: Raymond Patrick, National Geographic