Carolyn Alesbury is a Basic Education Advisor at Save the Children US, a global focal point for inclusive education at Save the Children International, and co-lead of the Education Equity Research Initiative’s Disability Task Team. In her nearly ten years at Save the Children, Carolyn has helped advance the agency’s focus on inclusive education, developing key strategic documents, as well as the USAID-funded SNAP (Student Needs Action Pack) tools, which guides teachers through adapting their pedagogical approaches to meet individual learners’ needs. Carolyn has previously worked as a middle school special education paraprofessional in Massachusetts, holds an MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and an MEd with a focus on special education from Lesley University, and is currently working on an EdD in Education Policy at George Washington University.