Raegan

Innovation Coach


At College Prep 360, Raegan helps students create and execute innovation projects at the junction of passion and impact. Whether it be an online art exhibition, a lecture series on DEI in the classics, a community beach clean-up or an oral history podcast, Raegan’s artistic background and unique mix of creativity and organizational skills make her an expert mentor when it comes to helping students find and create meaning, both for themselves and for their wider communities. Raegan supports students through every phase of innovation projects, from conception to implementation, web design and scaling, and is always thrilled when projects become large enough to take on lives of their own. Making the most of the incredible CP360 network of students, graduates, educators, thought leaders and changemakers, Raegan and the innovation team forge connections across disciplines, communities, and cultures to help students create real, lasting impact in the world.

Raegan is also a performing and teaching artist from the UK, based in Brooklyn. She was the first to deliver an official TED Talk entirely in verse and has supported Ice-T, Shane Koyczan, Kae Tempest, and Judah & The Lion. She was a Fulbright scholar at The New School in 2015. She is now a member of the US-UK Fulbright Alumni Advisory Council, and has been a reading panelist and interviewer for the main US-UK awards program as well as the US-UK high school summer institutes for the past five years. Lastly, Raegan is an alumna of the International House of New York, and a grantee of their Women’s International Leadership program. She was the recipient of the P.E.O International Peace scholarship in 2016, and her nonprofit project Sound Board NYC was featured by Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation in 2017.

In her free time, Raegan loves attending live music performances, traveling, and learning languages. She has studied Spanish, French, German, Latin, a little Portuguese and Scottish Gaelic, and is currently challenging herself with modern Greek and Russian – having recently gained a Russian sister-in-law!