Robyn Bagley is an independent consultant and the president of Rethink Education. She is founder of the innovative early college charter school, Career Path High, where students earn both their diploma and a career and technical certification, sending them out the door job ready. Robyn served as board chair of the school during the startup phase and then as principal for the first three years of operation. Robyn has served for over a decade as board chair for Parents for Choice in Education, a grassroots education advocacy organization. Her leadership over a nationally recognized non-profit has afforded her the opportunity to become well-versed and knowledgeable in national and state education policy and issues. In her role as chair she has successfully authored and advocated for policy, most notably Utah’s Statewide Online Education Program. Robyn has served as a member of Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert’s Education Excellence Commission, the Advocacy and Issues Committee for iNACOL, the Digital Learning Council convened by Jeb Bush in 2011, the Board of the Utah Association of Public Charter Schools and the governing boards of several online and blended learning charter schools.