Dr. Lindsay Whorton is president of The Holdsworth Center, an Austin, Texas-based nonprofit that provides high-quality leadership training to PK-12 educators and helps districts build best-in-class leadership development systems. Prior to Holdsworth, Lindsay worked as a consultant at BCG in Boston. She has also served as a legislative director in Colorado and led the Denver cohort of the Urban Leaders Fellowship, which recruits up-and-coming leaders and builds their skills in policy and leadership. Whorton is a former Rhodes and Fulbright Scholar who has researched international education systems. She is the author of “Teachers Unions and Education Reform in Comparative Contexts,” which examined the impact of teachers’ unions on performance-related pay reform in Finland, Switzerland, Texas
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