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Rebecca R.
Vice President of Philanthropic Partnerships and Regional Growth Common Sense
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Rebecca Randall is the Vice President of Philanthropic Partnerships and Regional Growth at Common Sense. Rebecca has nearly twenty years of experience working in the nonprofit sector on behalf of children and families. She brings to Common Sense her expertise in child and community development, education, and social policy. In her first ten years at Common Sense, Rebecca developed the outreach program and strategy, where she was responsible for partnering with school districts and departments of education, including building and managing a team of program staff working across the country. Prior to joining Common Sense, Rebecca was an Associate Vice President at United Way of the Bay Area, where she provided strategic direction for the Education area, managed a multi-million dollar grant-making portfolio, and developed a comprehensive statewide early childhood initiative. She also worked in various child development and community agencies in Chicago. Rebecca holds a BA in Social Work from the University of New Hampshire and an MA in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago.

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Three Tips for Getting Funding for New EdTech in Your Classroom
posted on August 8, 2017
Scarce resources, scarce funds? Here are some things you may want to try.
Filed under: EdTech

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