As leadership across the Network evolves, we’re excited to welcome new talent and expertise while also celebrating the contributions of long-time advocates. Read on for recent updates around organizational structures and staffing at member and partner organizations.
The PIE Network team welcomes Hannah Oakley, serving as policy fellow. Hannah previously served in the Illinois Governor’s Office as a policy analyst for the Secretary of Education. Learn more about Hannah here.
Network member Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) recently relaunched as ReadyCT. As ReadyCT, the organization is making a bold commitment to lift up the entire state through education—the engine of opportunity. Learn more here.
After 16 years of partnership with thousands of committed parents and community members across the Commonwealth, Stand for Children Massachusetts plans to cease operations on August 30, 2019. Read Stand Massachusetts’ full announcement here.
Simone Hall has joined the National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools team as policy specialist. Simone previously worked in the policy shop of a small business advocacy organization.
Tennessee SCORE is celebrating a milestone of 10 years in education advocacy. Watch here to learn more about the last decade of progress for Tennessee students. SCORE also recently welcomed Diane Hughes as communications manager.
Tony Donaldson, Jr. has joined the PAVE team as birth-to-three community organizer. Tony previously served in the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs, and as a fellow with Mayor Bowser’s My Brother’s Keeper DC program.
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