Thatcher Wine grew up in an entrepreneurial household (upstairs from the business in fact). He tried a stint in a…
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Meryl Levin definitely took the path less traveled when she exchanged her photojournalism boots for educator shoes. Meryl shares her wisdom gained as she became the founder of a public Charter school in Manchester, NH as a way to open the Montessori method to public school students. But that was never her plan and as many entrepreneurs have found, there are a lot of hats to be worn and lessons to be learned. She shares them here with us in this podcast interview.
Join Pete and Meryl Levin from the Mills Fall Charter School as they talk about the path to entrepreneurship, activism, unique abilities and kryptonite in this hour-long, candid interview which took place in the storage room (really!) on the school’s campus in Manchester, NH.