Lauren Fine is a learner advocate with the Learner Advocate Network, a project of ReSchool Colorado. Previously, Ms. Fine spent many years teaching in St. Louis, Ghana, and Denver before becoming a school administrator and educator trainer. Her experience includes fellowships and advocacy roles with America Achieves, Teach For America, Collaborative for Student Success, Student Achievement Partners, and Stand for Children. Ms. Fine is co-president of the Ghana Educational Collaborative, which she co-founded in 2009. Ms. Fine earned a bachelor’s degree from Claremont McKenna College, a master’s degree from Regis University, and a certificate in linguistically diverse education from the University of Colorado.