Hugh Guill

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Hugh Guill

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In 2008, Hugh was accepted into Teach For America and was placed in Denver, CO for his two-year teaching commitment. During this time, he decided to devote himself to the fight for educational equity.

Following his two years in Denver, Hugh returned to Houston to become Principal at Yes Prep Gulfton, where he was responsible for building a strong student and staff culture, for strengthening community relationships, and for instructionally coaching a cohort of high school teachers along the YES Prep Teaching Excellence continuum.

Hugh was admitted into the full-time MBA program at Rice University in the fall of 2015. Upon completing his first semester, Hugh deferred his MBA enrollment to become the New Schools Coordinator for the Association of Recovery Schools (ARS) before accepting his current position as Vice President – Programs at Young People in Recovery (YPR). He is incredibly excited to leverage his past experiences to continue to help build and implement high-quality, recovery-support curriculums and programs across the United States.
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