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TIMELINE 2010: Freada and Mitch Kapor’ LPFI Announces Robert Schwartz as New Executive Director (TLR Note: Schwartz abruptly departed, replaced by Jarvis Sulcer who apparently does not merit a similar announcement)

Level Playing Field Institute (LPFI) announces the selection of Robert Schwartz as Executive Director of their Bay Area-based education and workplace fairness organization.  Robert is a seasoned educator and leader who brings with him dedication and experience creating solutions to mitigate education inequity.  He will lead LPFI to increase the breadth and depth of its impact. Read the release.

In announcing the selection, LPFI Founder and Board Member, Freada Kapor Klein stated: 
“Robert is exactly what LPFI needs at this moment in time.  He is a passionate, experienced leader who can help execute LPFI’s goal of dramatically increasing the number of underrepresented students of color pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) studies.  We chose Robert – after a national search that yielded nearly 100 stellar candidates – because of his unwavering commitment to helping students achieve academic success and develop their enormous potential.” 

Source: http://www.lpfi.org/blog/archive/2010/04/robert-schwartz-appointed-executive-…

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