Tony Klemmer received his Ph.D. in Humanities from Salve Regina University; he previously graduated from the Harvard Business School, and has a BS in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Tony is the Founder and President of the NAATE Program focused on delivering intense residential programs of advanced learning for high performing K – 12 classroom teachers and school leaders across the country. Today, NAATE serves over 400 top-tier educators in more than 50 charter, district, and faith-based schools in 12 states. He helped found several high-tech companies, and developed distribution networks in Europe and ran Asian sales offices as an officer of a multi-national technology company. One of the inaugural cohort of Pahara/Aspen Institute Teacher Leader Fellows, Tony is an Aspen Global Leadership Network Moderator and Lecturer in Management at Yale University’s School of Management.
Except for small groups of hermits, found here and there throughout human history, most human persons have lived in community since the earliest times. Perhaps it was first necessary for survival, but throughout the ages humans have formed communities and lived social lives for comfort and fulfillment.