Brian Hart, M. Ed.
Brian Hart, M.Ed. is a highly experienced educator with over twenty-five years in the field as a teacher, administrator, and advocate for school change in both the public and private sectors. Brian specializes in creating immersive, hands-on, experiential programs designed to transform thinking and build problem-solving skills. He is currently acting as the founding Executive Director of the Esselstyn Family Foundation, a 501c3 public charity that strives to get the plant-based message out, free of cost, to as many people and medical organizations as possible.
He is a former Outward Bound instructor, wilderness EMT, plant-based chef, teacher, principal, and carpenter. When he has a chance, Brian is a committed, highly average ultra-endurance athlete with four Ironman finishes to his name, among other run, bike, and ski events. Brian graduated from Dickinson College with a BA in History. He earned his M.Ed. in teaching and curriculum design from Ursuline College. He is also a certified Montessori adolescent educator and Rouxbe plant-based cook.