Sandra Nagy has dedicated her career to innovation in learning. Sandra leads the Education Practice at Future Design School where she helps to build strong academic partnerships with leading public and independent institutions. Her team travels across North America assessing the future readiness of schools, delivering exceptional professional development and developing technology-enabled youth programming, that is inspiring and relevant – empowering students to develop critical competencies that help them tackle real-world problems, create innovative solutions and change the world.
Sandra spent over a decade as a senior digital strategist at Pearson Education where she led multiple teams that worked across all of K-12 to transform classroom and professional development resources with the use of technology. She was a member of a global team of educational technology champions focused on collaborating to solve problems in education. She engaged with stakeholders globally and was responsible for nurturing strategic partnerships with key customers and other like-minded organizations.
Prior to Pearson, Sandra worked at The Learning Partnership, a non-profit organization responsible for building stakeholder partnerships to support, promote and advance publicly funded education in Canada. She led a government and business-funded research project to look at blended, online and face-to-face, professional development for teachers in STEM courses.
Sandra completed her Master's in Education from Harvard University focused on Technology in Education. She worked at TechBoston, an organization infusing technology programs into inner-city Boston schools, and conducted research into distance learning at the Concord Consortium.