Dustin Liu

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Dustin Liu

Dustin (he/his) is the son of two Taiwanese immigrants who have instilled in him from a young age the power education has to create social change. He is particularly interested in the role that social innovators and entrepreneurs play to build educational pathways and experiences that allow humans to flourish in the context of the future workplace. Dustin’s prior work experiences have been with organizations such as Breakthrough Collaborative and Matriculate in student-facing roles focused on education access as well as with organizations such as the Center for Collaborative Education and Ashoka where he worked to support the professional learning and network activation of educators in both K-12 and post-secondary settings. In his free time, Dustin is a certified Zumba instructor and loves to share his love for playing the cello in community with others. Dustin holds a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University where he served as the Student Trustee on Cornell’s Board of Trustees and was named a Fulbright Scholar. He is currently a candidate for a Master’s in Education at the Harvard Education Graduate School of Education where he continues to serve as a Teaching Fellow and Research Assistant.