Andrew Molina

Teaches at General Assembly

Andrew Molina (affectionately called Mo) is a Curriculum Designer for Design for Extreme Affordability, at Stanford's d.school. He crafts curriculum and coaches students in applying design thinking to social problems in developing economies. On the side, he facilitates for a number of different programs. He trains educators on how to bring purpose-based education to their advisories through the Project Wayfinder curriculum. 

He coaches for the K12 Lab’s School Retool program, helping principals start small to create real change in their schools. He has also designed and facilitated professional development workshops for organizations such as Mitsubishi Estate, Udacity, TPO and others. Outside of work, Mo likes to climb rocks, is a budding actor, and loves playing games (board games, card games, made-up games, you name it).

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