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EDHUB STL Fellowship empowers education "intrapreneurs" to develop and/or expand transformative education initiatives with equity at the center.


Fellows receives mentorship, training from industry leaders, support of The School of Social System Design at Washington University, office space at CIC over the course of 9 months and have access to funding. Fellows complete the program with an design + implementation plan for effective, equitable and systemic transformation for their program, project, organization or school.

2019-2020 EDHUB STL Fellows

Curtis O’Dwyer

A 7th grade science teacher who is committed to making education more equitable through the expansion of STEAMaster; an initiative that leverages students’ culture and voice as essential building blocks for the science classroom.

Tavonda Palmer

Works at Ritenour High School as the Graduation Coach, Leadership teacher and the Game Changers (Social Justice Club) sponsor. She strives to touch students’ hearts to enable their minds so they can excel academically and beyond.

Anna Ojascastro Guzon

Co-founder of YourWords STL, a nonprofit committed to bridging St. Louis’ racial, cultural, and socioeconomic divides by honing the ability of people to tell their stories, while providing opportunities for the community to listen.

Dr. Terry Harris

The Director of Student Services in the Rockwood School District and believes that the way forward for our region is the intersectionality of empathy and equity, for these are all our kids! He examines this work with educators from across the region.

Dr. Terry Harris

The Director of Student Services in the Rockwood School District and believes that the way forward for our region is the intersectionality of empathy and equity, for these are all our kids! He examines this work with educators from across the region.

Arsenia Tate

The Coordinator of Diversity, Inclusion & Equity at St. Margaret of School. School as Sacrament: A Culturally Responsive Teaching Model for Catholic Education. (CARE+).

Cynthia Chapple

Research and Development Chemist at ELANTAS PDG. The leading developer of innovation in the area of protective coating technology for the electrical and electronic markets. The Founder and Managing Director for Black Girls Do STEM.

Laura Stern

A teacher in the St. Louis Public Schools focusing on increasing the representation of children of color in early childhood curriculum.

Michelle Franklin


An instructional coach at St. Louis Public Schools Gateway STEM Highschool and wants to create a curriculum that is culturally relevant while meeting students’ needs.

Kelli Best-Oliver

The founder and executive director of LitShop, which provides after school and summer programming to middle school girls that pairs literacy opportunities with hands-on building and making.

EDHUB STL Alumni Fellows

Charli Cooksey

Darion Robinson

Sydney Keys III

Bijal Desai Ramirez ​

Dr. Chris McGhee ​

Winnie Caldwell ​

Jack Krewson ​

Gavin Shiffries ​

Abby Crawford ​

Erik Lewis ​