We are thrilled to have the opportunity to attend the 2017 NAIS Annual Conference and look forward to connecting with the education community of independent schools! Send us a note to coordinate a time to meet and:
Parfait Bassalé has developed youth empowerment workshops, taught master courses in social liberation at a college level, partnered with non-governmental organizations such as REAP, Minds Matter and has worked with the United Nations in various capacities. A native of west Africa, his passion for youth empowerment, conflict prevention and technology have been key influences throughout his career. Mr. Bassalé’s academic training in information systems and database management has positioned him as a key player on Rubicon’s client consulting teams and works extensively with schools and districts in the Midwest and West regions.
Originally from Athens, Georgia, Eliza Rothstein comes to Rubicon International with a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. While in Philadelphia, Eliza planned and taught lessons in philosophy and dance to K-12 students, and worked in conjunction with the School District of Philadelphia to produce short documentaries on local high schools. Prior to joining the Rubicon team, Eliza spent time as a data analyst in the Office of Innovation and Improvement at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, DC. Throughout her time as a consultant at Rubicon, Eliza has worked to support schools across the globe, from Latin America to Australia, as they make important curricular and process-planning decisions. Now, she is excited to focus her energy back on the coast she calls home, working to positively affect the curricular experience of teachers and students in the Mid-Atlantic.