THIRDWAY SOLUTIONS, LLC
Cami Anderson is a five-time CEO of high-profile organizations who has spent 20+ years cutting through systems and politics to push change. She served as Superintendent of schools for 10 years, first in NYC and then Newark. She founded ROADS, a network dedicated to court-involved youth. Anderson served as ED of TFA New York, CPO of New Leaders for New Schools and Policy Director for Cory Booker. Cami leads ThirdWay Solutions, an organization dedicated to finding solutions to problems facing government, non-profit, corporate, and philanthropic organizations in pursuit of equity. One of ThirdWay's initiatives is The Discipline Revolution Project - a coalition working to find practical solutions that will end the school-to-prison pipeline. Cami is published from the WSJ to Education Week, is an Aspen Fellow, won the Peter Jennings Award, and was recognized by Time Magazine as one of the world's 100 most influential people. She writes a Forbes column, In The Room, about women CEOs.