Click the play button to hear from Indi-ED founder Christine Laurenzi.
Over the coming weeks, the Catalyst will be introducing each of the organizations competing in the 2018 Social Venture Partner’s Fast Pitch. This two-month program brings the best and brightest of Tampa Bay’s nonprofit world together for a training and mentoring program that culminates in a pitch night.
Get your tickets for the Oct. 25 SVP Fast Pitch here.
After 10 years of teaching in three uniquely different settings, Christine Laurenzi found that the problems she saw in public schools weren’t confined to a single school, setting or city. In her words, the schools of today are killing our kids’ creativity. So she started Indi-ED. This 21st century school individualizes school curriculum, takes kids into the community, and gives them the autonomy to choose learning outcomes that interest and challenge them.