Who’s Next

Nominate someone for Billy Penn’s Who’s Next: Education

Who do you know under 40 who is making difference in Philly education? Tell us here.

whos_next-silhouette-article
anna

Year in and year out, there is one issue that Philadelphians continuously say is the city’s most problematic: Education.

We know there are young people in this city who are trying to change that.

Billy Penn has been showing off some of Philly’s most dynamic leaders under 40 for more than a year now through our Who’s Next feature, and now we’re looking to highlight some of the up-and-coming leaders in education across the city. You can view each of our monthly Who’s Next lists here.

The intent of Billy Penn’s “Who’s Next” series, presented by the Knight Foundation, is to highlight some of the most dedicated young people working to shape our city every day. Our goal is to identify and track the next generation of leaders and influencers.

To nominate someone to be featured on Billy Penn‘s Who’s Next: Education list, fill out the form below — or send an email to tips@billypenn.com with “Who’s Next: Education” in the subject line. Please submit nominations by April 6.

Want some more? Explore other Who’s Next stories.

Thanks for reading another Billy Penn story

Seems you’re the kind of person who really digs in. Want more? Sign up for our morning update, the quick, easy, free way to stay on top of Philly news.

Thanks for reading Billy Penn!

Like the story above, everything we publish is powered by our members.

If you appreciate local news provide, join today.

Billy Penn runs on reader support

Does Billy Penn help you feel more connected to Philadelphia?

Member donations are critical to our continued existence and growth — join us today!

Lock in your support

The story above was powered by reader support — thank you.

Become a sustainer now with a monthly membership to help lock it in.

Spread the love

Billy Penn members power our newsroom. Know someone who might want to support our work? Send them a link — they just might join the local journalism fight.

Tagged

Education