Jacqueline Edelberg Author, Artist, Social Entrepreneur

Jacqueline von Edelberg is perhaps best known as the driving force behind the Nettelhorst School’s dramatic turn around, a story that has been featured on Oprah & Friends, The Wall Street Journal, Redbook, NPR, CNN, 60 Minutes, Education Weekly, and in the local Chicago media. She is a featured Huffington Post blogger and the co-author of How to Walk to School: Blueprint for a Neighborhood School Renaissance (with a Foreword by Arne Duncan, and an Afterword by Rahm Emanuel). Jacqueline is the Director of Strategic Initiatives for Neighborhood Parents Network ForGoods, an online engagement program that tracks, inspires and rewards volunteerism and civic engagement. She earned her bachelor’s degree and doctorate from the UChicago, taught political science at the University of Osnabrück in Germany as a Fulbright scholar, and calls Sweet Chicago home.

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