Catherine Casserly, Ph.D. is passionate about learning eco-systems that support high quality education experiences for all. As a catalyst for openness and innovation she works with organizations, often at the time of launch, to redesign formal and informal structures for increased impact. In these efforts, she currently works with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Lumina Foundation. Previously, Casserly was a Fellow with the Aspen Institute, Vice President of Learning Networks at EdCast, CEO of Creative Commons, Vice President at the Carnegie Foundation, and Director of the Open Educational Resources Initiative for The William & Flora Hewlett Foundation. Early in her career, she taught mathematics in Kingston, Jamaica. Casserly earned her Ph.D. in the economics of education from Stanford University.