Welcome Deeper Learners!

We are excited to welcome you to Westwood, MA at the end of September. The Deeper Learning Boston conference has a rich history. Although this is our inaugural year of the conference, the Deeper Learning movement began in the Northeast region and spread domestically and globally from there. Please enjoy this short background on the conference itself, where we honor "On Whose Shoulders We Stand: A Brief History"

This digital program is for all things DL Boston! Be sure to select one Deep Dive for Day 1 and two Den Talks for Day 2. You will only be able to sign up for one Deep Dive! These sessions have capacity limits and will fill up. To see an overview of the event and session types, check out the event flow.

We can’t wait to see you!
Back To Schedule
Saturday, October 1 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Den Talk: Alexandra Oliver-Dávila and Cicy Po

Log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Opportunities for attendees to engage in deep conversations on issues that matter in education. No slide decks, just real talk–-the den is a place for attendees to connect with luminaries, hear transformative stories, and ask questions.

This den talk features Alexandra Oliver-Dávila, Executive Director of Sociedad Latina, and Cicy Po, Head of School at Baxter Academy for Technology and Science.

Den Talk Speakers
avatar for Alexandra Oliver-Davila

Alexandra Oliver-Davila

Executive Director, Sociedad Latina
Alexandra Oliver-Dávila has been serving as the Executive Director of Sociedad Latina since 1999. During her 20+ year tenure, she has transformed Sociedad Latina into a cutting-edge, data-driven, creative youth development organization. Under her leadership, Sociedad Latina has increased... Read More →
avatar for Cicy Po

Cicy Po

Head Of School, Baxter Academy for Technology and Science
Cicy Po has been an educator and school leader for over two decades. As a science teacher and school leader in Boston and Portland high schools, she served racially, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse students. Her own childhood vulnerabilities as a first generation immigrant... Read More →

Saturday October 1, 2022 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Chorus Room B104