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TERU CLAVEL HUSBAND WIKIPEDIA BOOK WORLD CLASS PALO ALTO TODAY SHOW INSTAGRAM BIO TWITTER FAREED ZAKARIA
TERU CLAVEL HUSBAND WIKIPEDIA BOOK WORLD CLASS PALO ALTO TODAY SHOW INSTAGRAM BIO TWITTER FAREED ZAKARIA

Teru Clavel is a comparative education expert and author who shares her findings on education and globalization through Fareed Zakaria’s GPS, The TODAY Show, CBS This Morning, CNBC’s Squawk Box and Channel NewsAsia. She has written and cited columns for the Japan Times, the Financial Times, the Washington Post, and numerous other publications. She has appeared on over 2,300 radio stations, including WTOP in Washington DC and KABC in Los Angeles with well-known hosts such as Jim Bohannon, Dr. Drew Pinsky and Lars Larson, as well as podcasts such as Mom Brain with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz and Zibby Owens’ Mothers Have No Time, books to read.

Teru holds a bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from Dartmouth and a master’s degree in Global and International Education from the Drexel School of Education with a focus on China, Japan and the United States, where she received awards and Award concluded Independent Research on the “Approach of Japanese Parents to The Education of Their Children in the Age of Globalization”. Teru spent more than a decade as an education journalist and college consultant while raising her three children in public schools in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo and California, and returned with her family to her hometown of New York City in 2018.

Teru believes in advancing the next generation through public service. She introduced the Grameen Foundation to multinational institutional investors and companies in Hong Kong, which specializes in the global development of microfinance networks. She led six-figure fundraisers for Half the Sky daycare centres and orphanages across China. She founded a sports scholarship for disadvantaged young people in Hong Kong to compete worldwide and taught Shanghai’s migrant children about a Chinese NGO and the US embassy in English. In Tokyo, she was a member of the advisory board of the Japan Times. In Silicon Valley, she mentored the Peninsula Bridge program to help disadvantaged, first-generation youth ensnare at a four-year college.

Before her commitment to global education, Teru graduated from the New York School of Interior Design with distinction and then hosted an internationally syndicated show for residential design for HGTV while she ran her own design company.