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Edward González-Novoa has spent the last 15 years developing leaders in education, youth development and community service. He holds an AB degree in Religion and certificate in Theater and Dance from Princeton University and Masters degrees in Divinity and Education from Harvard.
As an Echoing Green Fellow, he co-founded Jumpstart New York, now the premiere resource for early language and literacy in the Tri -State area. While at the Hetrick-Martin Institute, he managed a statewide training portfolio and launched an afterschool program serving a thousand LGBTQ adolescents and young adults each year. He provides continuing education courses to New York City teachers at Bank Street College of Education, where he serves as adjunct faculty in the Community Leadership Department.
González-Novoa currently acts as the Executive Director of Public Allies New York, one of the flagship sites of the Public Allies national leadership and capacity building program. He is a member of NUF’s America’s Leaders of Change, Class of 2013.