Aaron Philip Dworkin is committed to building community, finding creative solutions to policy challenges and creating impactful opportunities for underserved young people across the US. He is currently CEO of the National Summer Learning Association which works to combat summer learning loss and promote educational equity over the summer months. He previously served as President of the After-School All-Stars National Network, a non-profit serving 90,000 students in 20 cities across America. He also founded and led Hoops & Leaders, a youth mentoring and leadership program in NYC. He holds a BA from Tufts University, a Masters in Education from Harvard University and a Masters in Public Administration from Columbia University. He enjoys playing basketball, piano, eating cookies, coaching his kids' sports teams and still reading the hard copy New York Times. He lives in Kensington, Maryland with his amazing wife Lauren, and their children Myles (10) and Gabrielle (7).