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VAIS appreciates all of our Academic Partners. Thank you for providing educational services to our schools and helping to underwrite our programs. 


Eastern Mennonite University is a private liberal arts university prioritizing community, social justice, & intercultural learning.

For more information, please contact:
Luke Litwiller



Systems change when people change. Creating more equitable systems requires people to change behaviors and practices. People change when they are coached to be reflective and practice matching their actions to their intentions. At The Equity Collaborative, we walk alongside you and your team to support that change and your growth towards equity goals.

For more information, please contact:
Jessica Gammill


Ferrum College is a faith-based, dynamic learning community where students enter with promise and leave with purpose. The motto of the College is "Not self, but Others."

For more information, please contact:
Dr. John DeVault

George Mason University offers entirely online, the independent school leadership non-licensure concentration caters to working professionals with a focus on the leadership of directors, heads of schools, and other professionals responsible for the growth and management of private and independent schools.

For more information, please contact:
Dr. Regina Riggs


Leadership+Design works with school leaders to create strategy, clarify identity, redesign programs, and building teams and culture - all the while helping them to become reflective change makers, optimistic futurists, and human-centered design thinkers.

For more information, please contact:
Carla Silver


University of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies offer undergraduate and graduate degrees and academic certificates for working professionals and adult students plus leading-edge professional education programs.

For more information, please contact:
James Campbell



World Leadership School, a B founding Corp, partners with K-12 schools to reimagine learning and create next-generation leaders. Since 2007 our diverse community has grown to 50+ staff, instructors, coaches, and country coordinators around the world. Our US-based staff coordinates WLS’ travel & professional learning programs. Whether nurturing long-term partnerships in our host communities around the world or connecting with educators to create learner-centered, purposeful classrooms, long-term relationships are the bedrock of the work.

For more information, please contact:
Jessica Catoggio