The iLEAD network is composed of 13 university-district partnerships committed to the use of improvement science to develop leaders, address local problems of practice, and promote equitable educational opportunities and outcomes for all students.
Emily Supple is a Communications & Content Strategist with the Communications group. In this role, her work will focus on telling improvement stories in a variety of contexts and media. She will enact communications strategies and digital outreach efforts, as well as coordinate communication efforts to ensure DEI issues are a priority consideration in the Foundation’s public engagement activities. Supple joined the Foundation in 2019 as a Post-Baccalaureate Fellow during which time she managed the Foundation’s social media channels, supported the planning and design of major events, and worked on improvement project teams with external partners.
Prior to her time at Carnegie, Supple held a variety of internships at educational non-profit organizations such as Girls on the Run NYC and Behind the Book, and she served as a health and education intern at the Office of the Mayor in Berkeley, CA. She received a B.A. from Barnard College of Columbia University (cum laude) in political science.
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