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Janna Wagner is co-founder and chief learning officer of All Our Kin. Janna holds a B.A. in psychology from Yale University and an Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education. She taught in the South Bronx and then founded All Our Kin with Jessica Sager in 1999. In addition to her work at All Our Kin, Janna co-teaches a seminar on "Child Care, Society, and Public Policy" at Yale. Active in the New Haven community, Janna serves as chair of the Ulysses S. Grant Foundation, a sixty-five year old academic summer program, which brings together Yale and New Haven students on Yale's campus. She is the chair of the advisory board for the Community Fund for Women and Girls, a fund of The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. In 2014, Janna was selected as a Class of 2014-16 Zero to Three Fellow, awarded the Yale Jefferson Award, and the 2016 Grand Prize recipient of the Roslyn S. Jaffe Award. Most recently, she was selected as a Yale Public Voices Fellow through the Op-Ed Project. She is a Fellow of the 19th class of the Pahara-Aspen Education Fellowship.