Northwood Alumna, Angelina Zeller, Named one of 67 Influential Educators Who Are Changing the Way We Learn
An inspiring leader, Angelina has changed the way people see the world. As one of the 67 influential educators, she and others like her have done that, in various ways, for students, teachers, and lifelong learners across the globe. See the full article at: noodle.com
President and CEO of Engaged Education
What She's Doing
Angelina Zeller oversees Engaged Education, a full-service Educational Service Provider (ESP) that creates and implements curricula, grant proposals, student programs, and professional development opportunities, among other things. Engaged Education has gotten charter schools off the ground and developed innovative learning tools for students.
How She's Changing the Ed Space
Zeller is committed to cutting through red tape to make a difference in students’ lives. With a mandate to help people develop as human beings, Engaged Education works to support students in a variety of ways — from developing project-based learning curricula to training teachers in how to obtain funding.
What Her Background Is
The founder of LifeTech and Relevant Academies, Zeller has built successful schools from the ground up, managing human and capital resources as well as creating effective blended-learning environments. Zeller received her B.A. at Northwood University and her M.A. Michigan State University, where she is currently pursuing her Ph.D.