Nicholas Ferroni is a passionate educator and nationally recognized social activist dedicated to inspiring students. As a high school teacher, Nicholas mentors and guides students toward their aspirations while sparking conversations about education reform nationwide. Acknowledged as the “upstander of the year” by the Human Rights Campaign for his support for LGBTQ youth, Nicholas is celebrated as one of the “100 Making a Difference”. He ranks among the most influential educators in America. His dedication to inclusivity and diversity is evident in his “Teach the Truth” campaign, aimed at integrating minority voices into the social studies curriculum and highlighting the history of the Gay and Lesbian Civil Rights movement.
Nicholas’s innovative teaching methods and advocacy work have earned him recognition on national platforms like ABC’s ‘The View,’ MSNBC, and The Huffington Post. He’s renowned for his commitment to fostering supportive and inclusive environments, co-founding his school’s Gay Straight Alliance and Feminist Club. Nicholas Ferroni is poised to continue impacting the next generation with his infectious enthusiasm.