Program Manager for Educator Outreach
As Program Manager for Educator Outreach, Zachary works closely with the Associate Director for Curricular Improvement and Vice President of Academic Affairs to advance ACTA’s mission of higher education reform by leading efforts to raise high school educators’ awareness of our What Will They Learn?® (WWTL) project. He focuses primarily, but not exclusively, on building relationships with high school counselors and principals, professional associations of educators, communities of charter school and home school parents, and organizations that bring together academically serious high school students.
Zachary graduated from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, where he earned a degree in history with a minor in philosophy. Afterwards, he obtained his M.A. in Politics from Hillsdale College. Outside of work, Zachary enjoys reading (primarily history, philosophy, and English literature), hiking, shooting sporting clays, drinking an inordinate amount of coffee, and watching classic movies with friends.
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