Partner Facilitators & Staff

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Christopher Fontana, M.A. | President

Christopher is an educator and facilitator, and serves as Founder/Executive Director of Full Circle Leadership Center. He has facilitated professional development workshops for adults and youth on democratic classroom foundations and diversity, equity and inclusion since 2006. Christopher has 34 years of experience in public school classroom teaching and experiential education including 17 years teaching Spanish and Global Leadership in public middle and high schools. Christopher created and piloted from 2003-05 the Global Leadership class which expanded to four of Seattle Public Schools. He taught a year of college level Spanish and a summer of K-5 Reading.

Christopher holds an A.B. degree from Washington University, St. Louis in Spanish Literature and Education with a minor in Art and an M.A. in Whole Systems Design from Antioch University, Seattle. He was honored in 2007 as the Antioch Alum of the year. He has been an adjunct professor at SCCC (Seattle Central Community College) and Antioch University, Seattle. Christopher received 3.5 years of executive coaching from Valeo Consulting.

In 1992 – 1995, he served as the co-adult organizer of YES, the youth-organized global Youth Environmental Summits, sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Program and the University of Peace in Costa Rica, which brought 600 high school students from 32 countries and 40 States together and was awarded the 1995 Colorado Partners in Education Award. One highlight illustrated: a rally/march, coordinated by the AFL-CIO, the Sierra Club and the YES students in Denver outside the GATT talks to push the world’s trade ministers to include social and environmental protections in their negotiations.

In 1998, Christopher co-founded and was Executive Director of One Earth Revolution, which served youth by getting them involved in environmental and social justice issues through the arts. In 1999, he began working with Global Visionaries (GV), a for-profit corporation at the time based in Colorado. He soon began integrating the work of One Earth Revolution and Global Visionaries, and in 2003, co-founded and became Executive Director of Global Visionaries, a non-profit organization based in Seattle, WA. With his leadership, Global Visionaries brought together racially and economically diverse youth to experientially consider ways to address systematic oppression and imperialism while exploring global leadership from a solidarity perspective. He designed and led multi-year leadership programs for high school youth in Guatemala and the U.S. In 2004, he initiated Guatemala based operations and programming for youth run by and for Guatemalans.

GV served over 5,000 youth in in-school and out-of-school leadership programs due to the partnerships Christopher created with scores of schools, NGOs and municipalities both in the U.S. and Guatemala. One such partnership linked Seattle Public Schools, youth in foster care, donors, Treehouse, which serves youth in foster care, and Seattle University’s Fostering Scholarships Program. Through this partnership, youth in foster care were able to secure four-year scholarships from SU due to their experience in GV.  

Christopher was an honoree of  The Thomas C. Wales Passionate Citizen Award in 2008 and received Seattle University’s Albers School of Business Redwinged Leadership Award in 2011 for social justice leadership and business acumen to a non-profit leader.

He has extensive cross-cultural experience having resided in Spain for one year, one cumulative year in Guatemala, and has traveled extensively in Central & South America, Europe, Asia and Egypt. He is fluent in Spanish.

Christopher grew up in a family which was rooted in Adlerian democratic parenting principals; this informed his belief that children can become global leaders at any age given the opportunity and guidance. He is the father of two with his partner, Lisa.

He is grateful to have had inspirational mentors in his life including Sadie “Tee” Dreikurs, innovator of art therapy and wife of Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, Robert Muller, former Under-Secretary General of the U.N. and Co-Founder of the University for Peace in Costa Rica, Lenny Kohm, activist/protector of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Hazel Wolf, Seattle environmental and civil rights activist, and his mother, Mary Dalton, parent educator and author.

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Christopher Fontana, M.A. | President

Christopher is an educator and facilitator, and serves as Founder/Executive Director of Full Circle Leadership Center. He has facilitated professional development workshops for adults and youth on democratic classroom foundations and diversity, equity and inclusion since 2006. Christopher has 34 years of experience in public school classroom teaching and experiential education including 17 years teaching Spanish and Global Leadership in public middle and high schools. Christopher created and piloted from 2003-05 the Global Leadership class which expanded to four of Seattle Public Schools. He taught a year of college level Spanish and a summer of K-5 Reading.

Christopher holds an A.B. degree from Washington University, St. Louis in Spanish Literature and Education with a minor in Art and an M.A. in Whole Systems Design from Antioch University, Seattle. He was honored in 2007 as the Antioch Alum of the year. He has been an adjunct professor at SCCC (Seattle Central Community College) and Antioch University, Seattle. Christopher received 3.5 years of executive coaching from Valeo Consulting.

In 1992 – 1995, he served as the co-adult organizer of YES, the youth-organized global Youth Environmental Summits, sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Program and the University of Peace in Costa Rica, which brought 600 high school students from 32 countries and 40 States together and was awarded the 1995 Colorado Partners in Education Award. One highlight illustrated: a rally/march, coordinated by the AFL-CIO, the Sierra Club and the YES students in Denver outside the GATT talks to push the world’s trade ministers to include social and environmental protections in their negotiations.

In 1998, Christopher co-founded and was Executive Director of One Earth Revolution, which served youth by getting them involved in environmental and social justice issues through the arts. In 1999, he began working with Global Visionaries (GV), a for-profit corporation at the time based in Colorado. He soon began integrating the work of One Earth Revolution and Global Visionaries, and in 2003, co-founded and became Executive Director of Global Visionaries, a non-profit organization based in Seattle, WA. With his leadership, Global Visionaries brought together racially and economically diverse youth to experientially consider ways to address systematic oppression and imperialism while exploring global leadership from a solidarity perspective. He designed and led multi-year leadership programs for high school youth in Guatemala and the U.S. In 2004, he initiated Guatemala based operations and programming for youth run by and for Guatemalans.

GV served over 5,000 youth in in-school and out-of-school leadership programs due to the partnerships Chris created with scores of schools, NGOs and municipalities both in the U.S. and Guatemala. One such partnership linked Seattle Public Schools, youth in foster care, donors, Treehouse, which serves youth in foster care, and Seattle University’s Fostering Scholarships Program. Through this partnership, youth in foster care were able to secure four-year scholarships from SU due to their experience in GV.  

Christopher was an honoree of  The Thomas C. Wales Passionate Citizen Award in 2008 and received Seattle University’s Albers School of Business Redwinged Leadership Award in 2011 for social justice leadership and business acumen to a non-profit leader.

He has extensive cross-cultural experience having resided in Spain for one year, one cumulative year in Guatemala, and has traveled extensively in Central & South America, Europe, Asia and Egypt. He is fluent in Spanish.

Christopher grew up in a family which was rooted in Adlerian democratic parenting principals; this informed his belief that children can become global leaders at any age given the opportunity and guidance. He is the father of two with his partner, Lisa.

He is grateful to have had inspirational mentors in his life including Sadie “Tee” Dreikurs, innovator of art therapy and wife of Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, Robert Muller, former Under-Secretary General of the U.N. and Co-Founder of the University for Peace in Costa Rica, Lenny Kohm, activist/protector of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Hazel Wolf, Seattle environmental and civil rights activist, and his mother, Mary Dalton, parent educator and author.

Corrie Wallace, M.A. | Anti-Oppression Educator & Consultant

Corrie Wallace is a parent and bilingual educator dedicated to enriching the lives of marginalized people through local and international community outreach. She’s taught Spanish at ETHS (Evanston Township High School) and UWCSEA (United World College of South East Asia) as well as English at Kogai Shogako, a Japanese public school in Tokyo. She was the founding director of the Niles Township Schools’ ELL (English Language Learner) Parent Center serving one of the largest growing populations of immigrants and refugees outside of Chicago. Corrie then served as Director of Equity and ELL leading efforts to close the “gap,” eliminate the racial predictability of student achievement and address disproportionality in District 219, one of the most diverse high school districts on Chicago’s north shore.

Wallace is a founding member of the Illinois Coalition of Educational Equity Leaders. Since 2008 she’s presented on a variety of topics at numerous conferences across the United States including the National Refugee and Immigrant conference, the 7th Annual Statewide Summit for Bilingual Parents, AP Dream Deferred & Preparate, ASCD, AERA, School Social Worker Association of America, the International Latino Studies Conference, the Courageous Conversations About Race National Summit and the White Privilege Conference.

Corrie is the Chicagoland SEED (Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity) Coordinator and has lead seminars for faculty/staff in K-12 public and independent schools. Corrie is a trainer-in-training with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond which has been providing Undoing Racism workshops since 1980. She’s also a PEG Affiliate leading Beyond Diversity for educators on the north shore and has conducted cultivating consciousness and inclusion trainings for non-profits, community organizations and libraries.

Corrie has a BA in Women’s Studies and Spanish from the University of Michigan and an MA in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University.

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Corrie Wallace, M.A. | Anti-Oppression Educator & Consultant

Corrie Wallace is a parent and bilingual educator dedicated to enriching the lives of marginalized people through local and international community outreach. She’s taught Spanish at ETHS (Evanston Township High School) and UWCSEA (United World College of South East Asia) as well as English at Kogai Shogako, a Japanese public school in Tokyo. She was the founding director of the Niles Township Schools’ ELL (English Language Learner) Parent Center serving one of the largest growing populations of immigrants and refugees outside of Chicago. Corrie then served as Director of Equity and ELL leading efforts to close the “gap,” eliminate the racial predictability of student achievement and address disproportionality in District 219, one of the most diverse high school districts on Chicago’s north shore.

Wallace is a founding member of the Illinois Coalition of Educational Equity Leaders. Since 2008 she’s presented on a variety of topics at numerous conferences across the United States including the National Refugee and Immigrant conference, the 7th Annual Statewide Summit for Bilingual Parents, AP Dream Deferred & Preparate, ASCD, AERA, School Social Worker Association of America, the International Latino Studies Conference, the Courageous Conversations About Race National Summit and the White Privilege Conference.

Corrie is the Chicagoland SEED (Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity) Coordinator and has lead seminars for faculty/staff in K-12 public and independent schools. Corrie is a trainer-in-training with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond which has been providing Undoing Racism workshops since 1980. She’s also a PEG Affiliate leading Beyond Diversity for educators on the north shore and has conducted cultivating consciousness and inclusion trainings for non-profits, community organizations and libraries.

Corrie has a BA in Women’s Studies and Spanish from the University of Michigan and an MA in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University.

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Mary Dalton, M.A. | Parent Educator

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She served as Dean of Students at Kendall College in Evanston, and taught pre-teachers and teacher professionals as adjunct professor at DePaul University, Columbia College and Western Washington University. She founded the Family Education Center of the North Shore. However, the seminal event in her education came from being counseled by Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, MD. This series of counseling sessions changed the trajectory of her life and the lives of her six children.

Mary Dalton is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the story of how meeting Dreikurs changed her life and the lives of her six children. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children. She has 13 grandchildren.

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Mary Dalton, M.A. | Parent Educator

Mary holds a BA in Education and Counseling from Governors State University, Illinois, an MA in Counseling and Psychology from Vermont College and a Certificate in Child Development from the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago. She served as Dean of Students at Kendall College in Evanston, and taught pre-teachers and teacher professionals as adjunct professor at DePaul University, Columbia College and Western Washington University. She founded the Family Education Center of the North Shore. However, the seminal event in her education came from being counseled by Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, MD. This series of counseling sessions changed the trajectory of her life and the lives of her six children.

Mary Dalton is the author of It’s Not in the Genes, the story of how meeting Dreikurs changed her life and the lives of her six children. Mary is an activist, lecturer and educator who has worked for over 40 years with thousands of parents, grandparents, teachers and teens concerning the struggles and challenges of raising our children. She has 13 grandchildren.

Ganae McAlpin, M.A. | Facilitator

Ganae McAlpin is a mother of 2, educator, coach and facilitator dedicated to fostering relationships among people of different races, socio-economic status, and sexuality.  Ganae is a History educator at Evanston Township High School where she teaches World History to Freshman and African American Studies to Seniors. In addition to her teaching duties, she is also the History department Instructional Coach and the facilitator for the second year induction program.

Ganae grew up in Chicago where she attended Lane Technical High School where she was the recipient of the Golden Apple teaching scholarship.  After high school, she attended the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign where she studied History and Secondary Education. She then pursued her first Masters degree from Eastern Illinois University in Educational Administration and her second Masters from Concordia University in Curriculum. Ganae is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Curriculum from DePaul University. 

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Ganae McAlpin, M.A. | Facilitator

Ganae McAlpin is a mother of 2, educator, coach and facilitator dedicated to fostering relationships among people of different races, socio-economic status, and sexuality.  Ganae is a History educator at Evanston Township High School where she teaches World History to Freshman and African American Studies to Seniors. In addition to her teaching duties, she is also the History department Instructional Coach and the facilitator for the second year induction program.

Ganae grew up in Chicago where she attended Lane Technical High School where she was the recipient of the Golden Apple teaching scholarship.  After high school, she attended the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign where she studied History and Secondary Education. She then pursued her first Masters degree from Eastern Illinois University in Educational Administration and her second Masters from Concordia University in Curriculum. Ganae is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Curriculum from DePaul University. 

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BreAnna Jones | Co-Facilitator

BreAnna Jones has been an educator for nearly ten years, serving as a teacher, dean of academics, literacy coach, assistant principal, leadership coach, and academic program manager for public schools, nationally recognized charter schools, and nonprofit organizations. After working in high-need schools as a teacher and instructional leader, BreAnna developed a deep knowledge of primary and secondary literacy instruction & intervention, curriculum design, staff development, educational equity, and implementation science.

BreAnna kicked off her career in education as a Teach for America corps member in Memphis, Tennessee, as a second and third-grade teacher. A year after completing Teach For America, she joined TFA staff as a Manager of Teacher Leadership Development, where she supported first- and second-year teachers in Memphis, Tennessee, and Washington state. 

In 2016, BreAnna joined Memphis’ Freedom Preparatory Academy leadership team as the Upper Elementary Dean of Academics. At Freedom Preparatory Academy (Westwood campus), she led improvement efforts to collectively raise student performance by promoting a more equitable model of teaching and learning. Within two years, her leadership transformed this campus, moving it from a level one rating in student growth to a level 3.  For comparison, the state-run district overall scored as a level one, the lowest level in Tennessee state’s rating system of a 1-5 scale. More recently, BreAnna served as the Academic Program Manager at KIPP, designing and leading the literacy improvement efforts for KIPP Memphis Collegiate School’s seven sitting schools. During the pandemic, she provided intensive virtual and on-site support to Memphis Scholars – South Campus Elementary and Middle school educators.

She holds a BA in Political Science and Communications from Western Washington University and her MEd from Christian Brothers University. She also passionately serves on the Board of Full Circle Leadership Center, which provides educators with 20 hours or more of coaching and mentoring within a professional learning community supporting their Democratic Classroom Leadership. Plus, she volunteers as a Professional Learning Community facilitator to contribute to the development of educators across the world.

When she is not working, she can be found wandering Memphis with her friends and family on an unceasing adventure to find the best BBQ in the south!

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BreAnna Jones | Co-Facilitator

BreAnna Jones has been an educator for nearly ten years, serving as a teacher, dean of academics, literacy coach, assistant principal, leadership coach, and academic program manager for public schools, nationally recognized charter schools, and nonprofit organizations. After working in high-need schools as a teacher and instructional leader, BreAnna developed a deep knowledge of primary and secondary literacy instruction & intervention, curriculum design, staff development, educational equity, and implementation science.

BreAnna kicked off her career in education as a Teach for America corps member in Memphis, Tennessee, as a second and third-grade teacher. A year after completing Teach For America, she joined TFA staff as a Manager of Teacher Leadership Development, where she supported first- and second-year teachers in Memphis, Tennessee, and Washington state. 

In 2016, BreAnna joined Memphis’ Freedom Preparatory Academy leadership team as the Upper Elementary Dean of Academics. At Freedom Preparatory Academy (Westwood campus), she led improvement efforts to collectively raise student performance by promoting a more equitable model of teaching and learning. Within two years, her leadership transformed this campus, moving it from a level one rating in student growth to a level 3.  For comparison, the state-run district overall scored as a level one, the lowest level in Tennessee state’s rating system of a 1-5 scale. More recently, BreAnna served as the Academic Program Manager at KIPP, designing and leading the literacy improvement efforts for KIPP Memphis Collegiate School’s seven sitting schools. During the pandemic, she provided intensive virtual and on-site support to Memphis Scholars – South Campus Elementary and Middle school educators.

She holds a BA in Political Science and Communications from Western Washington University and her MEd from Christian Brothers University. She also passionately serves on the Board of Full Circle Leadership Center, which provides educators with 20 hours or more of coaching and mentoring within a professional learning community supporting their Democratic Classroom Leadership. Plus, she volunteers as a Professional Learning Community facilitator to contribute to the development of educators across the world.

When she is not working, she can be found wandering Memphis with her friends and family on an unceasing adventure to find the best BBQ in the south!

Liesa Klyn | Co-Facilitator

Liesa has been teaching for 13 years, seven of those years teaching high school math in Columbus, Ohio, four teaching high school math in Evanston, Illinois, and two teaching middle school STEAM in Duluth, Minnesota. 

Liesa grew up in Minnesota where she studied math and Spanish at Concordia College in Moorhead.  She holds a Masters in Education from Hamline University and has been working to reimagine education through the development of STEAM and Design Thinking programs at both the middle school and high school levels. 

Living in Duluth, Minnesota with her husband and three kids allows her to play hockey and run long distances in the woods.

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Liesa Klyn | Co-Facilitator

Liesa has been teaching for 13 years, seven of those years teaching high school math in Columbus, Ohio, four teaching high school math in Evanston, Illinois, and two teaching middle school STEAM in Duluth, Minnesota. 

Liesa grew up in Minnesota where she studied math and Spanish at Concordia College in Moorhead.  She holds a Masters in Education from Hamline University and has been working to reimagine education through the development of STEAM and Design Thinking programs at both the middle school and high school levels. 

Living in Duluth, Minnesota with her husband and three kids allows her to play hockey and run long distances in the woods.

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Poonam Patel | Co-Facilitator

Poonam Patel was born and raised in London, England. She attended an international boarding school in India for several years to complete her early education and returned to England to receive a bachelors in Biological Science at Queen Mary University of London. In 2007, Poonam moved to Chicago from England and obtained her Masters in the Arts of Teaching (Biology) in Secondary Education from National Louis University. 

Soon after, Poonam began teaching at Niles West High School in Skokie, IL. Poonam has over 12 years of experience in teaching Biology and Physical Science in a sheltered instruction classroom to ELL (English Language Learners) students from all walks of the world. Poonam specializes in incorporating cultural experiences to transform her students’ learning and understanding in science. 

In 2015, Poonam received her M. Ed in Special Education and English as a second language. That year, Poonam was chosen as the student speaker for the June commencement ceremony for the National College of Education at National Louis University at the Mccormick Place, Convention Center in Chicago.

Poonam has focused her instruction and pedagogy in culturally relevant teaching and equitable practices. Using her training and experiences from the Courageous Conversations About Race National Summit and Chicagoland Seek (Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity) as the foundation of her journey, Poonam has worked within District 219 with fellow educators, student teachers and administrators to highlight, raise awareness and implement changes in teaching practices, curriculum and philosophies pertaining to social justice, racial equity and multi and cross cultural education. 

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Poonam Patel | Co-Facilitator

Poonam Patel was born and raised in London, England. She attended an international boarding school in India for several years to complete her early education and returned to England to receive a bachelors in Biological Science at Queen Mary University of London. In 2007, Poonam moved to Chicago from England and obtained her Masters in the Arts of Teaching (Biology) in Secondary Education from National Louis University. 

Soon after, Poonam began teaching at Niles West High School in Skokie, IL. Poonam has over 12 years of experience in teaching Biology and Physical Science in a sheltered instruction classroom to ELL (English Language Learners) students from all walks of the world. Poonam specializes in incorporating cultural experiences to transform her students’ learning and understanding in science. 

In 2015, Poonam received her M. Ed in Special Education and English as a second language. That year, Poonam was chosen as the student speaker for the June commencement ceremony for the National College of Education at National Louis University at the Mccormick Place, Convention Center in Chicago.

Poonam has focused her instruction and pedagogy in culturally relevant teaching and equitable practices. Using her training and experiences from the Courageous Conversations About Race National Summit and Chicagoland Seek (Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity) as the foundation of her journey, Poonam has worked within District 219 with fellow educators, student teachers and administrators to highlight, raise awareness and implement changes in teaching practices, curriculum and philosophies pertaining to social justice, racial equity and multi and cross cultural education. 

Abdel Shakur | Co-Facilitator

Abdel Shakur is a writer and teacher working to craft loving communities centered in justice and democracy. Whether that’s in the classroom, in his school, or in his own home, Abdel believes that creating empowering spaces for sharing stories and taking action is essential to saving our world.

For the past 15 years he’s worked in a range of instructional contexts, from Indiana University to the Westside of Chicago to Evanston, IL, helping students recognize their agency and collective power. As a professional development facilitator, Abdel believes that educators have the same needs as their students when it comes to learning: they need creative interaction with the content, they need continuous reflection in a safe space, they need to feel empowered to act, and they need to have some fun.

His commitment to telling and sharing stories helped Abdel win the Catalyst Chicago Classroom Story Slam and fuels his podcast about the powerful legacy of Black teachers, Black Teacher Matters

He, and his amazing wife, Candice, have three spectacular kids, Lucy, Benjamin, and Sunny. 

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Abdel Shakur | Co-Facilitator

Abdel Shakur is a writer and teacher working to craft loving communities centered in justice and democracy. Whether that’s in the classroom, in his school, or in his own home, Abdel believes that creating empowering spaces for sharing stories and taking action is essential to saving our world.

For the past 15 years he’s worked in a range of instructional contexts, from Indiana University to the Westside of Chicago to Evanston, IL, helping students recognize their agency and collective power. As a professional development facilitator, Abdel believes that educators have the same needs as their students when it comes to learning: they need creative interaction with the content, they need continuous reflection in a safe space, they need to feel empowered to act, and they need to have some fun.

His commitment to telling and sharing stories helped Abdel win the Catalyst Chicago Classroom Story Slam and fuels his podcast about the powerful legacy of Black teachers, Black Teacher Matters

He, and his amazing wife, Candice, have three spectacular kids, Lucy, Benjamin, and Sunny. 

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Nick Torresso | Co-Facilitator

Nick Torresso holds a Masters in Special Education with a learning behavior specialist 1 endorsement as well as an undergraduate bachelor degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Following 4 years as a division 1 football player at Bowling Green, he attended mini camp with the Chicago bears and then played four years professionally in the AFL. During that time, he worked in an alternative school where his passion for education and change began to grow.

Currently, he is a special education teacher and head football coach at Niles West High School. These roles have allowed him to become a mentor for many student leaders inside and outside of the classroom.

Growing up, he moved several times throughout the Chicagoland area and eventually graduated from Schaumburg high School. 

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Nick Torresso | Co-Facilitator

Nick Torresso holds a Masters in Special Education with a learning behavior specialist 1 endorsement as well as an undergraduate bachelor degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Following 4 years as a division 1 football player at Bowling Green, he attended mini camp with the Chicago bears and then played four years professionally in the AFL. During that time, he worked in an alternative school where his passion for education and change began to grow.

Currently, he is a special education teacher and head football coach at Niles West High School. These roles have allowed him to become a mentor for many student leaders inside and outside of the classroom.

Growing up, he moved several times throughout the Chicagoland area and eventually graduated from Schaumburg high School. 

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