TJ Bliss joins Wiki Education’s new Advisory Board

TJ Bliss, Chief Academic Officer at the Idaho State Board of Education and former Chief Advancement Officer at Wiki Education, has been appointed to Wiki Education’s new Advisory Board. TJ is the first member of Wiki Education’s Advisory Board that is tasked with increasing Wiki Education’s reputation and network for revenue generation. He will work … Continued

Saying goodbye to valued colleagues

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing severe economic disruption across the United States and around the world, and is negatively impacting nearly all nonprofits, educational institutions, and cultural organizations. It’s true for us too. This week, Wiki Education reluctantly says goodbye to seven staff members. This is a significant number of people for such a small … Continued

Please help us strengthen Wikipedia’s COVID-19 information

Please help us with getting relevant COVID-19 information out to the general public. Wikipedia has developed into being one of the most trusted sources of information. The online encyclopedia and the volunteers that write it have played an important role in this global pandemic from day one: By providing critical information about the infectious disease, … Continued

In solidarity: continuing to share knowledge amidst a global pandemic

Dear members of the Wiki Education community, Amidst the anxieties and uncertainties of our collective future, I’d like to express my compassion for all members of our community affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are in solidarity alongside you as we all face new personal and professional challenges. Because Wiki Education is based in the … Continued

Wiki Education welcomes Director, Institutional Funding Paul Carroll

I’m pleased to announce that Paul Carroll has joined the Wiki Education team as Director, Institutional Funding. In his new role, he works most closely with me in establishing new funding opportunities and maintaining relationships with our institutional funders. Paul also collaborates with Wiki Education’s program staff to ensure that current and future programs are … Continued

Looking ahead: our plan for 2019-2020

We love to tell the stories of the thousands of students and hundreds of professionals making meaningful contributions to Wikipedia’s content through our programs every year. Those individuals make a big difference in spreading free, reliable knowledge globally. And we’re proud to share in their successes. Rarely, though, do we talk about the behind the … Continued

Looking back to look ahead

Fiscal year 2018–19 has been a time of change for Wiki Education. After completing our year-long strategic planning process in June 2018, the organization started executing against its new three-year strategy. Overall, we’re extremely proud of what we’ve achieved only one year into carrying out this plan. We’ve laid the foundation for the work ahead of … Continued

Wiki Education Board member named President & CEO of Catalyst

We are proud to announce that Lorraine Hariton, of Wiki Education’s Board, has been named President & CEO of Catalyst, a global nonprofit working with some of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies to help build workplaces that work for women. Although we are sorry to see a valued member of our Board … Continued