Heather Carroll

Research Assistant

Heather Carroll is a Research Assistant working on classroom and curricular evaluation at the Democratic Knowledge Project. She is an Ed.M. Candidate in Learning and Teaching at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Heather holds a Master’s of International Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago, Bachelor of Arts (French and English), and a Bachelor of Education (Elementary) from Memorial University. She is excited to apply her experience as a classroom teacher on three continents to this important work. In addition to her work for the Democratic Knowledge Project, she is the Director of Communications for the Council of 3M National Teaching and Learning Fellows, the Operations Manager of the ISSOTL Fellowship, honoring global leaders in teaching and learning, and the Jarislowsky Educational Leadership Fellow at the Maple League of Universities (Canada). 

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The Democratic Knowledge Project is an initiative of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University.