Luke Taylor-Ide

Instructor & Regional Academic Director

luke@future.edu

Education

  • Ed.M. Harvard University
  • B.A. College of the Atlantic

 

Biography

Luke Taylor-Ide combines academic interest in applied education with a parallel field-oriented approach to social change, having had extended, multi-year assignments in Afghanistan, India, and rural America. In Afghanistan he led in completing a rigorous community-based health survey, then shepherding's its findings into new national health policy enabling women. In India he focused on studying the traditional socio-economic relationships of indigenous tribal groups, and addressing the impacts of modernization on sustainable living. As Regional Academic Director of Appalachian programs at Future. Edu, his present interests focus on the intersection of local agriculture economies, community-based preventive healthcare, and entrepreneurship.

Courses

  • ACC 601 Introduction to Social Change
  • ACC 602 Going to SCALE

Publications

To be published in 2016: “A Handbook on SEED: Initiating Growth—Appendix A,” in Just and Lasting Change: When Communities own their Future 2nd edition, editors Daniel C. Taylor and Carl E. Taylor, (Baltimore Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016)

 

To be published in 2016: “A Handbook on SCALE: Growth in Improvement & Participation—Appendix B,” in Just and Lasting Change: When Communities own their Future 2nd edition, editors Daniel C. Taylor and Carl E. Taylor, (Baltimore Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016)

 

To be published in 2016: “Multiple perspectives for poverty reduction in Indonesia”, Co-Authored: Sofo, Francesco; Wicks, Alison; Sofo, Michelle; Miranti, Riyana; Taylor-Ide, Luke. Strategic Planning for Successful Startup Ventures in Developing Economies. Eds. Pattnaik, P.N., Pandey, S.C., & Shukla, M.K. http://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/1620. Forthcoming publication in 2016.

 

Impact on under-5 child mortality: a case demonstration from the central highlands of Afghanistan.” World Health Organization: Community-based Initiatives newsletter, 6, 5 (2010).

 

Interactive Instructional Website—“www.seed-scale.org.” (2010)