Sara White Hall
Sara Hall joined All4Ed in August 2011, bringing her years of experience in digital learning policy, instructional technology practice, partnership building, and association management. As the initial director of All4Ed’s Digital Learning Center, Hall guided digital learning policy and launched Digital Learning Day. Additionally, Hall oversaw the creation of the Future Ready Schools® initiative that supports school districts across the country with free tools and resources to implement highly effective instructional practices and policies. Hall’s leadership of All4Ed’s digital learning work aims to advance innovative approaches to educators’ challenges that achieve equity and excellence in America’s school systems.
Before joining All4Ed, Ms. Hall was deputy director of the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), where she worked with members and corporate partners to ensure that meaningful technology innovations with systemic change in teaching, learning, and leadership policy and practice were made to increase student achievement and improve K–12 learning outcomes. She also oversaw development of conferences, publications, and strategies covering systemic reform; professional development approaches; changing teaching practices for student achievement through personalized learning, online learning, assessment trends, and readiness; STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math); and broadband access for all.
Prior to working at SETDA, Ms. Hall ran her own education nonprofit and was formerly the director of membership and marketing at the Software Publishers Association, now known as SIIA. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the George Washington University.