Lauded by the Washington Post as a future U.S. Secretary of Education, at age 17, Nikhil Goyal is the author of One Size Does Not Fit All: A Student’s Assessment of School, by the Alternative Education Resource Organization. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, MSNBC, NPR, FOX and Friends, FOX Business, NBC Nightly News, The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, Fast Company, Psychology Today, and Education Week. In 2012, Goyal was named one of the “World Changers” for Dell #Inspire 100. He is also 2013 Forbes 30 Under 30: Education and ORIGIN Magazine: The Nation’s Top Creatives.
For his efforts in education, Goyal accepted the 2013 Freedom Flame Award. Past winners have included Dr. Martin Luther King and John Lewis.
An international speaker, Goyal has spoken at NBC, M.I.T., Dell, SXSW, Cisco, Fast Company, Florida International University, College of the North Atlantic, and other conferences around the world. He is also a guest lecturer at Baruch College.
Goyal serves on the board of FairTest and is an education advisor to Hill Krishnan’s 2013 campaign for New York City Council. He is also leading a Learning Revolution movement to transform the American school system. Goyal lives with his family in Woodbury, New York.
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