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One World Education Team


Eric Goldstein, CEO & Founder
Eric Goldstein

Eric expanded One World Education from a successful classroom project into a nonprofit organization in 2007. Prior to One World, Eric taught in public, charter, and independent schools and earned a US Department of the Interior Partners in Education Award while teaching in Southeast Washington, DC in 2006. Eric holds a Master's in Education from the University of Vermont and Master's of International Policy from George Washington University. His career in education started after a solo, 5,000-mile, bicycle trip across the United States in 1999.

Stephanie Bunton, Director of Teaching and Learning
Stephanie Bunton

Steph leads all aspects of One World programming at the teacher, student, and classroom level. Prior to joining One World, she taught 7th-12th grade social studies in public and charter for seven years. Steph holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University and a B.A. degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

Stacy Kirk, Director of Partnerships
Stacy Kirk

Stacy leads One World’s initiatives to establish new program partnerships with schools, districts, charter networks, and various education stakeholders. She also manages the organization’s two SOAR grants awarded by the DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education. Prior to joining One World, Stacy served as the Assistant Program Director at Kid Power, a highly regarded out-of-school time provider, and served in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica. She holds a Master’s degree in Art History from University College London and a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Secondary Education from the University of Richmond.

Dave McGloin, Director of Research and Strategy
Dave McGloin

Dave is the One World’s lead researcher and directs the organization’s communications and development strategy. Prior to joining One World Education, Dave worked for a number of edtech startups as well as started the annual Read Across America celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Earlier in his career, he won an Emmy as one of the producers of the CBS News Special, The Killing Fields of America. Dave holds a masters degree from Columbia University’s school of journalism and a B. A. degree from Princeton University.

Leith Mondry, Director of Operations
Leith Mondry

Leith oversees the daily operations of the organization, including development of financial management strategy and contributing to the development and execution of the organization’s strategic goals. Her career path has ranged from direct social work to research and website management to editing a parenting website. Leith earned an AB in Sociology from Bryn Mawr College and an MSW from SUNY Stony Brook, School of Social Welfare.

AmeriCorps VISTAs

Jessie Grosshart, Program and Evaluation VISTA
Jessie Grosshart

Jessie leads One World’s program evaluation process with school partners, facilitates communication with teachers, and maintains the Student Research Portal. Jessie also manages the organization’s social media platforms. She earned her undergraduate degree in History, English, and Classical Humanities with an Emphasis in Greek from William Jewell College in 2016. Prior to One World, Jessie taught preschool and interned with the Southern Missouri branch of Child Care Aware.

Nina Modanlo, Development and Communications VISTA
Nina Modanlo

Nina manages One World’s teacher fellowship, spearheads planning for annual events, and supports research and grant-writing initiatives. She earned her undergraduate degree in Public Health and Spanish from Johns Hopkins University in May 2017. During undergrad, Nina was actively involved with Health Leads, a non-profit dedicated to integrating patients’ basic resource needs into standard health care, for which she volunteered at a pediatric clinic in Baltimore.