Ed Farm equips educators in schools and communities with innovative tools and strategies that support active learning for all students.
An inventive world where all people have access to everything they need to fill or create the jobs of the future.
Waymond JacksonCEO University of Alabama at Birmingham [email protected]
Bobby WatsonDirector of Operations University of Alabama at Birmingham [email protected]
Adrian JonesBusiness Systems Manager University of Alabama at Birmingham [email protected]
Beth SandersDirector of Learning The University of Alabama [email protected]
Candyce MonroeLearning Programs Manager Oakwood University; Alabama A&M University [email protected]
Kailey DeLucaLearning Projects Coordinator Trinity University [email protected]
Ebonee English-FinleyLearning Innovation Coach Tuskegee University; The University of West Alabama [email protected]
Élan JonesDirector of Digital Skills & Transformation The College of New Jersey; Cornell University [email protected]
LaToria FoyDigital Skills Manager The University of Alabama [email protected]
John McCall-PittsDigital Skills Coordinator University of Alabama at Birmingham [email protected]
Sarah JonesSenior Product Manager Howard University [email protected]
Niesha WhiteProduct Design Lead Troy University [email protected]
Sydney HolnessEntrepreneurship Associate Florida A&M University [email protected]
Brittany HollisManager of Marketing & Strategic Initiatives Alabama A&M University; Auburn University [email protected]
Alexis LehmannSpecial Projects Coordinator Columbia University [email protected]
Kendall EasleyPolicy Analyst Yale University [email protected]
Inga WillisDirector of Strategic Partnerships Howard University [email protected]
Joseph BarrettProject Manager Johnson C. Smith University [email protected]
Vernetta PerkinsPrograms Manager Spelman College; University of Alabama School of Law [email protected]
Deon GordonAdvisor, President and CEO, TechBirmingham Auburn University [email protected]
where is Ed Farm located?
Ed Farm is located at 1914 4th Ave N, Suite 200, Birmingham, Alabama, 35203. Please email [email protected] to schedule a visit.
what curriculum does Ed Farm use?
Ed Farm uses Apple’s Everyone Can Code and Everyone Can Create curricula in combination with our internally developed Cultivate Change curriculum. You can access the digital books for free using Apple Books.
is Ed Farm a statewide initiative?
Currently, Ed Farm works with Birmingham City Schools and adult learners in the Greater Birmingham area. Ed Farm started its statewide expansion of the Teacher Fellows program in 2020 and will be in 20 other schools across the state by the start of the 21-22 school year. We are also expanding out of state with a Teacher Fellows Virtual Academy to begin early 2021 in partnership with North Carolina schools.
is Ed Farm a nonprofit organization?
Ed Farm is the signature program of TechAlabama, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to encourage, inspire, and ignite children and adults to discover and explore technology, learn to code, and pursue STEM careers.