Wendy is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of 14000hours, an educational nonprofit working to redefine the primary purpose of school. She is building a network of parents, educators and school leaders who help schools become thriving learning communities for students and teachers alike. She served as the Director of Advancement and Partnerships for Prospect Sierra School in El Cerrito, CA for 11 years and is the founding Board Chair of enGender, a national nonprofit serving gender creative youth and their families. She also serves on the Vision Council of Stepping Stones Project, a mentoring and nature-based rite of passage program that supports youth transitions through adolescence and was a founding member of the Bay Area Teacher Training Institute (BATTI)/University of Pacific’s Masters in Educational Leadership program, from which she received her educational degree. Wendy also earned a Masters in Public Administration degree in environmental policy from Columbia University and splits her time between Maine and the San Francisco Bay Area where she has raised her three children, one now a graduate of the University of Michigan, another currently enrolled at Bowdoin College, and her youngest, in high school.