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Creating High-Quality Virtual Learning Experiences: Lessons from the Field

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Mar 25, 2021 11:55 AM

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Nicole Kfoury
Manager of Networks and Partnerships @PEAR
Nicole Kfoury is the Manager of Network and Partnerships at Partnerships in Education and Resilience (PEAR). Nicole holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Assumption College and a M.S. in Crime and Justice Studies from Suffolk University. Nicole joined City Year Boston AmeriCorps in 2009 as a Corps Member, serving in her childhood neighborhood. She returned to City Year from 2010 through 2016 where she served as a Senior Corps Member Team Leader and a staff Impact Manager. After City Year, Nicole worked at Boston Scholar Athletes, managing teams of young people who focused on supporting academic achievement through athletics.
Cheyenne Paris
Cheyenne Paris is finishing an MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence and Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, with a concentration in Holocaust education at Brandeis University. She has informally studied Holocaust history for years before attending Brandeis and will now be pursuing a career in Holocaust education. Since starting at Brandeis, Cheyenne has become heavily involved in Holocaust education initiatives in the greater Boston area, including meeting with survivors and speaking out about the dangers of antisemitism. Recently, she traveled with Together, Restoring Their Names as a student fellow to Poland, the Netherlands and Germany, studying public sites of Holocaust education in Europe and hosted a series of book clubs for college students relating to both the Holocaust and social justice. She created a platform called Ally to Activist where she connects students to discuss issues surround social justice, BLM, and antisemitism.