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Anna Molero

Chief Government Officer

Teach For All

I am the Chief Government Officer at Teach For All, a global network of independent organizations that are cultivating their nations’ promising future leaders to ensure their most marginalized children have the chance to fulfill their true potential. I lead Teach For All’s efforts to develop and grow meaningful partnerships with public sector organizations to support the advancement of our vision and the global development agenda as a whole. I also act as the secretariat of the People First Community, a cross-sectoral and globally diverse group of 500+ practitioners, academics, and public and private sector actors with a shared belief in the importance of prioritizing investing in collective leadership development as a path for sustainable development. I have 20 years of experience in senior leadership positions in the field of international development, institutional partnerships, economic promotion, entrepreneurship and youth policies.

I have been the CEO of the economic development agency of Barcelona’s municipal government employing 350+ people and I founded a boutique-consulting firm that advises intergovernmental bodies on fostering economic growth in European, MENA and LATAC countries. I am a Board Member of different not-for-profit organizations such as the Asian based charity The Hub, the international NGO Street Business School, and the Basic Education Coalition.


31 October, 2023 | 16:40 to 17:25
EdHeroes: How to Make a Leader Within Our Educational System

This session emphasizes the critical role teachers play not just as educators but as leadership mentors. The panel will delve into why it's vital for teachers to embody leadership qualities and how these abilities better equip them to nurture leadership skills in their students. A key element of this discussion will be the equal importance of fostering leadership and traditional subjects like math in our educational system. Balancing these elements prepares students for life beyond academia, empowering them with invaluable leadership skills such as decision-making and resilience. We will expound on the premise that anyone can be a leader, explaining how leadership cultivation can enhance everyone's potential and, most notably, contribute significantly to children's well-being and growth. The session is dedicated to transforming our understanding of the educational landscape, emphasizing a holistic approach to create well-rounded individuals.