Webinar: Senior Philanthropic Leaders Meeting with Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona

Senior philanthropic leaders were invited to this conversation with the U.S. Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona. The Secretary shared the Education Department's priorities and strategic initiatives for 2023, focusing on their new Raise the Bar initiative and partnering with philanthropy

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For executives, trustees, and senior program staff.

Executive leadership of the Council on Foundations and Hispanics in Philanthropy hosted this kick-off dialogue with foundation executives and senior staff with the U.S. Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona. Ulcca Joshi Hansen, Co-Interim Executive Director of Grantmakers for Education, moderated the discussion.

The Secretary shared the Department's priorities and strategic initiatives in 2023, with a special focus on priorities for LatinX students, as well as discussed the ongoing relationship the Department would like to have with philanthropy. 

Future conversations with Department senior program officials will follow in February and March on topics including, diversifying the teacher workforce, college and career pathways, learning acceleration, and early learning.


Miguel Cardona

Dr. Miguel Cardona
U.S. Department of Education

Shital Shah

Shital Shah
Senior Advisor for Strategic Partnerships
U.S. Department of Education

Ulcca Joshi Hasen

Dr. Ulcca Joshi Hansen
Co-Interim Executive Director
Grantmakers for Education

Ana Maria Argilagos

Ana Marie Argilagos
Member, Advisory Commission on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Hispanics
President & CEO
Hispanics in Philanthropy

Kathleen Enright

Kathleen Enright
President & CEO
Council on Foundations

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