Mark Schulte directs the national K-12 education program for the Pulitzer Center, a position he has held since 2012.
Before coming to the Pulitzer Center in 2011, he taught global issues-based journalism for nearly ten years at Washington International School in Washington, DC, founding an international network of high school reporters online with members in more than 50 countries contributing daily to a web publication devoted to their stories.
Earlier he worked as a magazine editor and writer for national and regional news magazines including US News & World Report and Virginia magazine.
Mark graduated from Oberlin College and holds a master’s degree in Interactive Journalism from American University.
His personal website is www.markschulte.com