About Pegasus Springs
Like teachers and mentors everywhere, Pegasus of mythology is a helper for heroes. He transports them to new places and is a source of strength—helping them to fulfill their destinies. Wherever the winged horse strikes his hoof, a spring of inspiration bursts forth.
The goal of Pegasus Springs is to be such a facilitator, providing strength and inspiration for heroes to make a transformational difference in the world.
Our mission is to connect and support educators, students and other stakeholders to nurture a learning culture that enables and inspires confidence and leadership in our young people. As a place for meaningful collaboration and transformational learning, we strive to position students to achieve and educators for success.
We seek to build a community of teachers, parents, youth providers and others who share a passion for students, their futures and their well-being. Knowledge is power—and together we have the power to ensure that students, no matter where they live, have the tools and opportunity to achieve their potential. It is what the future needs.
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Craig is co-founder of the Pegasus Springs organizations and Executive Director of the Pegasus Springs Education Collective. During his education career, he has served as a teacher, mentor, assistant principal, principal, and assistant superintendent. He has presented at regional and national conferences, and he is a recipient of the Association for Middle Level Education’s national Distinguished Educator Award.
Lorraine is co-founder of the Pegasus Springs organizations and President of the Pegasus Springs Foundation. She has provided leadership and mentoring to teams around the world, and is listed by STEM Connector on its list of the Top 100 Corporate Women in STEM. As a global executive in the aerospace and security industry, she has been a role model for women in STEM and a champion of diversity and inclusion.
Executive Director, PSEC
Lorraine M. Martin