Neeru Khosla is a co-founder and executive director at CK-12 Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides access to education materials for K-12 students and teachers. She has served as a member on several advisory boards, including The Nueva School’s board of trustees, the board of directors for High Tech High School’s Graduate School of Education, the advisory board for Stanford University’s School of Education, and the advisory board for IDEO.org.
Khosla is currently a member on the advisory board for the Wikimedia Foundation, the advisory board for DonorsChoose, and is one of the founding members of the K-12 Initiative of the Design School at Stanford University. She holds a master’s degree in molecular biology from San Jose State University and another master’s degree from Stanford University.
Co-Founder and Executive Director
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