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Ross Wehner

World Leadership School
Founder
Boulder, CO

Ross began his career as a journalist in the early 1990s, where he reported on the rapid growth of South America’s economies and covered the end of Chile’s Pinochet regime for the San Francisco Chronicle. He spent a decade reporting from Peru, Ecuador, Argentina and Mexico for Mother Jones, Outside, Ski and other publications. He most recently worked as a business reporter for The Denver Post.

Ross has also worked as a teacher for The Bush School in Seattle, The Miller School in Crozet, Virginia, and the University of Virginia, where he earned an M.A. in Spanish American literature. He also taught as an instructor at the National Outdoor Leadership School and as a mountain guide for Alpine Ascents.

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Ross Wehner, Founder of World Leadership School and TabLab, is a social entrepreneur. World Leadership School and TabLab partner with K-12 schools to transform learning. By transforming schools, we pursue our mission to "empower young leaders to find innovative solutions to the world's pressing problems."

Ross began his career as a journalist in the early 1990s, where he reported on the rapid growth of South America’s economies and covered the end of Chile’s Pinochet regime for the San Francisco Chronicle. He spent a decade reporting from Peru, Ecuador, Argentina and Mexico for Mother Jones, Outside, Ski and other publications. He most recently worked as a business reporter for The Denver Post.

Ross has also worked as a teacher for The Bush School in Seattle, The Miller School in Crozet, Virginia, and the University of Virginia, where he earned an M.A. in Spanish American literature. He also taught as an instructor at the National Outdoor Leadership School and as a mountain guide for Alpine Ascents.