Hannah Gatner – Editor
Hannah has been working primarily with young adults, youth and children in various capacities for the past decade. She loves to see them find places and spaces in which they can flourish and knows the importance of making the right choice for higher education. She has a bachelor’s degree from Centre College and a master’s degree from Duke University. She currently resides in Durham, NC with her spouse and daughter.
Brett Gershon – Editor
Brett Gershon is a teacher, freelance writer, and amateur musician. He is interested in education as a tool for social and cultural transformation and empowerment of individuals and communities. He has a bachelor’s degree in English and education from Colorado State University and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Education Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee. Brett has worked in a variety of fields including disability services, public education, and children and youth ministry.
Leah Wilson-Hartgrove – Editor
Leah is originally from California and has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Eastern University outside of Philadelphia, PA. She has worked for over a decade with youth and their families in educational programs and in the field of restorative justice. Leah loves to support people through transitions and in important decision making in their lives, especially as it pertains to education and career pursuits. She has called Durham, NC home for 14 years where she lives with her husband and three children and others in the Rutba House Community.