Dr. Irvin Scott is a faculty member of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, concentrating in Educational Leadership. As a longtime member of the educational community, Dr. Scott received his undergraduate degree from Millersville University and a master’s and doctoral degree from Temple University and Harvard University, respectively. A true stalwart of education, he spent over 20 years as a teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, and chief academic officer. Before coming to Harvard, Dr. Scott served for five years as the deputy director for K–12 Education at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, leading the investment of $300 million in initiatives focused on transforming how teachers are recruited, developed, and rewarded. His personal commitment to the intersection of spirituality and scholarship has informed the bulk of his career and he always seeks to enrich and enhance students, teachers, and faculty in his endeavors. To learn more about Dr. Scott’s personal mission, visit gse.harvard.edu/faculty/irvin-scott.