Peter Herzberg has an extensive career as a K-post secondary Educator in teaching, leadership, and partnership building, in independent, public, and charter schools as well as community college. In addition to partnership work with nonprofits, he specializes in the innovation of high school programs, design and integration of 6-12 curriculum, the building of more robust, interactive teaching cultures, and literacy. His most significant work in schools at present is around student engagement and the how teachers reflect successfully on their own professional growth. He is well versed in independent, pubic and charter school cultures and educational trends in general. Prior to becoming a consultant, he played a variety of roles for 35 years in 7 different schools: as classroom teacher (unlike many school leaders, he has never lost contact with the classroom), Department Head, Division Head, Founding Principal, and Associate Head. He works actively on the board of a K through 8 school, recently served as the interim Education Director of the educational nonprofit Change for Kids, consults with the News Literacy Project and South BronxRising, a collective impact group, and works with several other nonprofits that support schools in arts, literacy, wellness and career readiness training. Peter also teaches a composition and writing at LaGuardia Community College, part of the City University of NY system.