A former NYC Department of Education high school history teacher, Miriam Altman is CEO and Co-founder of Kinvolved, a social enterprise that catalyzes communities to elevate student attendance.
Miriam’s responsibilities include strategic planning and execution, business development and sales, fundraising and investor relations, and external relations, among others. Attendance among Kinvolved partner schools increased 13 times that of their peer schools.
Kinvolved has been featured in press, including the New York Times, and has won awards from The Robin Hood Foundation, Teach For America, New York University, the University of Pennsylvania, and more. Miriam and her co-founder are winners of the Gratitude Award, Forbes 30 Under 30, and the Jo Ivey Boufford Award for Innovative Solutions to Public Service Challenges by New York University.