Axim Collaborative is starting with listening, focusing on underrepresented students

Sunday, May 21, 2023 - 14:32 in Mathematics & Economics

A little less than a month into her tenure as chief executive officer of Axim Collaborative, Stephanie Khurana has a full plate of priorities. The nonprofit, co-founded by Harvard and MIT following the 2021 sale of edX, has its sights set on ensuring learners have access to and succeed in high quality education programs, with a focus on leveraging partnerships to drive outcomes for students around the globe. At the helm, Khurana, a social entrepreneur and the former managing director of the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, has no doubt that they can make it happen. She took time to speak to the Gazette about Axim’s priorities and what the future looks like. The interview was edited for clarity and length. Q&A Stephanie Khurana GAZETTE: Can you share more about Axim Collaborative’s vision and what you are trying to achieve? KHURANA: We want to broaden access to education and deepen the impact for the millions of learners who...

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