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Jeremy Resnick serves as the Executive Director of the Propel Schools Foundation and is a founder of Propel Schools. Under his leadership, Propel Schools has grown from the basement of a community hospital to become a regional force in efforts to reform Southwestern Pennsylvania public education. Propel currently serves more than 3,000 students at nine schools in Allegheny County and has become one of Pennsylvania's top performing charter school organizations with long waiting lists and student achievement results better than any demographically comparable public school district. Prior to founding Propel, he was a founder and the Administrative/Educational Leader at Northside Urban Pathways Charter School, a founder and Director of the Charter Schools Project at Duquesne University and Steel Center Technical Academy, and a teacher in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. Jeremy's work has been recognized with the Pittsburgh Business Times' 2007 Diamond Award, the Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners' 2009 Social Venture Award, and the 2013 Coro Pittsburgh MLK Distinguished Individual Leadership Award. Jeremy is a Fellow of the 9th class of the Pahara-Aspen Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.