Our journey in the United States began in 2013, when Education for Sharing (E4S) started operating in Washington D.C.
Over six years, we have benefited 9,758 people through the implementation of educational projects that focus on the development of healthier habits, the civic training of responsible global citizens, the respect for socio-cultural diversity and inclusion and, a conscious and participatory citizenship in their communities.
Our programs have benefited 3,441 girls and boys, 123 teachers and 6,194 parents in 29 educational spaces.
Meet the team
Dina earned a B.A. degree in International Relations at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM); is a Hubert Humphrey Fellow in Urban Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a Gleitsman Fellow at the Harvard School of Government where she earned a Master's degree in Public Administration.
Dina has been recognized as part of several organizations for her social work and entrepreneurship. She is an Ashoka Fellow, Edmund Hillary Fellow, Schusterman Fellow, Vital Voices Lead, Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum, a member of the Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders Community, amongst others. She also received the “2018 Emerging Global Leader Award” by the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
- She loves ice cream and surfing.
- Her favorite SDG is 4: Have a quality education.
Ashira has a BS in Software Engineering from San Jose State University and a Master’s in International Relations from Harvard University. She loves to try out new dishes, traveling, and hiking. Her favorite SDG is 4: Quality Education.
Edward has invested his career in the development and implementation of compelling advertising and consumer solutions across digital, social, mobile, app, video, print, experiential, and linear platforms. Ed sets himself apart not only through his curation of great agency and client-direct relationships but also through core competencies including team building, ideation, monetization, detail-oriented sell through and execution as well as overarching brand strategy and creativity.
Beginning his career in the music industry at Warner Music Group, Ed also optimized campaign performances for many Fortune 500 clients at Alloy Media+Marketing, Bauer Media Group and Hearst Media Corporation before serving five years at Conde Nast, overseeing Integrated Marketing + Sales Development at both W and GQ US divisions.
In 2016, Ed was appointed Chief Marketing Officer at Kargo Global. His org at the company included product marketing, strategy, research, pr/social communications, creative services and global experiences. He hosted a podcast, Mobilizing Culture, available on iTunes and Google Play.
Ed joined Warner Media/Bleacher Report in 2018 as Chief Brand Officer (now Chief Marketing Officer), overseeing all of the company's consumer and trade marketing efforts in the U.S. and UK.
He lives in New York City with his husband.
Education for Sharing has an Ed.M. International Education Policy from the Harvard
Graduate School of Education (HGSE); and Bachelor's in Physics Honors from Hindu College,
Delhi University, India.
Jayanti believes that Social and Emotional Learning should be embedded within the
mainstream curriculum to drive learning and life readiness for all children. A cause that has
always stayed close to her heart is quality education for all. Her self-fueled passion has driven
her to lead many initiatives for children in slums, learning centers for migrants, and low-cost
private schools across India (2011-Present). Business Operations and Consulting, at the same
time, has empowered her to use her skills interchangeably, and simultaneously see the bigger
picture and intricacies of ground projects. Before HGSE, Jayanti was a Consultant at ZS, a
professional services firm, and worked with fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies to enable
systematic brand performance assessments. Alongside, she also led the Education Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives at the ZS, New Delhi office. To know more about her
work, visit her website.
She loves spending time with her family, playing foosball and board games, practicing
meditation, and exploring new places and adventures.
Her favorite SDG is 4: Quality Education.
Bachelor 's Degree in Special Education from Universidad de las Américas (UDLA).
Karen has extensive experience in special education. She created and led the special
education department of a leading school in Mexico and has a private practice as a speech
and learning therapist. Karen is passionate about education in general and loves to spend
her time helping students and teachers understanding different topics and developing their
skills. She moved to New York two years ago and started working as a volunteer on
Education for Sharing in 2019.
She loves to be outdoors, puzzles, cooking, and cycling
Her favorite SDG is number 2: Zero hunger
Mexico City Headquarters, working with various projects and programs in the United
States and worldwide. Monica holds a B.A. degree in International Relations and
Sustainability from Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University; and a
Master’s of Science degree in Education with a major in Students with Disabilities from
Monica is an educator by trade, where she worked as a High School Special Educator in
Bronx, NY through Teach For America. Prior to her experience in the classroom, Monica
worked for several nonprofit organizations, including her fundraising work at Ashoka
International in Washington, D.C., event planning at the Arizona Charter Schools
Associations in Phoenix, Arizona, Field Research Intern at Economic Development and
Global Education, LLC. in Dhaka, Bangladesh, among others. Most recently, Monica
consulted with the World Federation of United Nations Associations in NY, NY, where
she helped managed a High School global citizenship education program in India and
- Her hobbies include graphic design, traveling, playing games and baking.
- Her favorite SDGs are 5: Gender Equality and 10: Reducing Inequalities.
Her hobbies are sewing, singing, and pole dancing, and her favorite SDG is #5 - gender equality.