Liz spent over three years working in education for the District of Columbia, both at the District of Columbia Public Schools and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education. She specialized in the development and implementation of accountability policy and analysis of assessment data. Liz also worked on helping schools and districts develop better capacity to use data, and she has significant experience engaging with stakeholders around data use and quality.
Liz’s prior experiences include coordinating the research efforts of the Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER), a national research center housed at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC; working on qualitative and quantitative evaluations of the first federally funded school voucher program; and conducting cost-benefits analyses for the U.S. Office of Management and Budget’s Education Branch. Liz was selected as a member of the inaugural cohort of Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research Strategic Data Project. Liz holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy. Seriously, this woman is amazing. You know that’s what you were thinking.