Jessica LevinGreater New York City Area, United States
Jessica Levin is a well-respected leader and policy maker in the field of education. She has over 25 years of experience in start-up leadership, education policy-making, research, writing, advocacy, strategy development and implementation. Levin studied Social Studies at Harvard College and received her JD from Yale Law School. She is currently a consultant and strategy advisor to non-profit organizations in education and beyond. Previously, she co-founded Education Leaders of Color and was an instructor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Levin has also worked as the Chief Knowledge Officer at TNTP and as a Special Assistant to the Undersecretary/Acting Deputy Secretary at the US Department of Education. She founded and directed the National Chapter 1 Advocacy Project at the Center for Law and Education.