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Meet our faculty, students, alumni and staff who make up a dynamic community focused on improving lives through learning, teaching, discovery and innovation.

Marco Antonio Rodríguez Revoredo, arms folded, standing in front of a stone wall
Marco Antonio Rodríguez Revoredo, MA '75 Stanford International Development Education Center
Advocating for an 'invisible' population
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Photo of Alison Cook-Sather, smiling, standing in front of a library book shelf
Alison Cook-Sather, MA '87 Stanford Teacher Education Program
Taking students seriously as educators
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Ting Lan Sun, smiling, in the media center of a school with a row of computers in the background
Ting Lan Sun, MA '88 Stanford Teacher Education Program
A pioneer in the charter school movement
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David Heinke, smiling, in an outside photo
David Heinke, MA '08 Stanford Teacher Education Program
A teacher's teacher
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Donya Fegan, standing outside near a tree, arms folded and smiling
Donya Fegan, MA '22 Stanford Teacher Education Program
Taking it back to community
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Photo of Savannah Strong, looking sideways at the camera, in a beautiful mountain setting
Savannah Strong, MA '22 Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies
Supporting all children in 'celebrating themselves'
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Photo of Jodi Anderson, Jr., smiling, in a cafe with his laptop
Jodi Anderson, Jr., '22, MA '22 Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies
Reimagining the résumé
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Thu Cung seated on a stone bench with lush greenery behind
Thu Cung, MA '22 Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies
Bridging policy to practice
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Photo of Christine Yeh
Christine Yeh, PhD '96
Advocating for cultural identity
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Photo of Salina Gray
Salina Gray, PhD '14
Teaching science for social change
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Photo of Rebecca Zeigler Mano
Rebecca Zeigler Mano, MA '92 Stanford Teacher Education Program
Changing lives in Zimbabwe
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Photo of Facia Desmond at her school, standing near a sign that welcomes students and gives guidance about how to keep others safe during COVID
Faith Kwon, MA '14 Stanford Teacher Education Program, PhD '24
From classroom teaching to partnership research
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