Sandy Speicher is the Executive Director of the Education practice at the global design firm IDEO. Her teams look to people’s unmet needs to inspire new solutions for a wide variety of challenges – from the ways people learn to the ways systems operate. Working with organizations across the public, private, and social sectors, Sandy has helped create an affordable school system in Peru, strategies to improve schools for the poor in India, and online learning platforms that engage today’s students. Recently, she helped Carnegie Corporation launch 100kin10, which President Clinton referred to as a new model for social change. Sandy holds an MA in Education from Stanford and a BFA from Washington University.