Daniel Oscar 1994 fellow
Daniel F. Oscar is the President and CEO of the Princeton Center for Leadership Training, and has an extensive record of achievement in establishing and growing innovative educational organizations. He was the President and Founder of The Learning Project, a not-for-profit school management organization based in New York City, and was one of the lead founders of Teach For America. He also served as a Vice President of Product Development for Edison Learning (formerly Edison Schools). Most recently, Daniel worked as a consultant to a wide-range of education organizations, including the Newark (NJ) Charter School Fund, Children's Progress, and Wireless Generation, where he provided strategic consulting on issues related to business development, educational technology, student assessment, and charter schools. In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Charter Schools Association. He holds an A.B. in Philosophy from Princeton University.