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Claire GoldsmithExecutive Director,
Malone Schools Online Network (CA)

Claire GoldsmithExecutive Director, Malone Schools Online Network (CA)

Claire is the executive director of the Malone Schools Online Network (MSON), a consortium of independent schools across the U.S. collaborating to offer real-time online courses that enhance the existing curriculum of each member school. Claire helped to develop MSON while at Stanford Online High School (CA), where she served most recently as director of admission and external relations. During her five-year tenure there, she oversaw year-over-year growth in enrollment; managed financial aid, student recruitment, and school collaborations; taught history; and served as the liaison to the Malone Family Foundation for the school’s $5 million scholarship endowment. For four years, Claire taught English and French and coached debate at the Harvard-Westlake School (CA). Claire is a member of the Corporation of the Winsor School (MA), her alma mater, and the Institute for Educational Advancement’s Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship Committee. She holds an AB from Harvard College in history and literature as well as a master’s degree in policy, organization, and leadership studies from the Stanford University School of Education. She completed graduate work on a Harvard fellowship at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris and was a fellow with Education Pioneers.