Esther Wojcicki has been an educational pioneer and journalist for nearly 40 years. She is the founder of the famed Media Arts programs at Palo Alto High School. She is also the founder of Global Moonshots in Education, an organization with the goal of bringing to every classroom, Blended Learning – a new model of teaching that incorporates technology, enabling students to be so fully engaged and inspired in their learning, that they reach their fullest potential and readiness for thriving in the 21st century and beyond. She helped to form GoogleEdu - a teacher-student resource platform and consulted for many years with the U.S. Department of Education, the Hewlett Foundation and Time Magazine Education. She has worked across the globe with innovative educators, is Vice Chair of the Creative Commons Advisory Counsel and a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Newseum. It is no surprise that Esther has positively imprinted the lives of the thousands of students she has taught, many of whom have gone on to be powerful agents for change in our world. She has inspired scores of Silicon Valley luminaries, among them her own daughters – Janet, a renowned anthropologist and epidemiologist; Anne, the founder of 23andMe; and Susan, the CEO of YouTube. Undoubtedly Esther’s 9 grandchildren will do their part to shape the future. Esther’s latest book, “How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results” is an engaging synopsis of the values that guide her work as a teacher, journalist, advisor mother and grandmother and that will help all of us raise successful, empathetic children who will change the world.