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Andrés Henríquez, EDC director of STEM education strategy, is a national expert in science, educational technology, and policy. He brings...
Sarah Gabriella Hernandez is an evaluator and researcher with expertise in community-engaged research and evaluation.
Tom Hinds, a quality improvement advisor and technical assistance specialist, has extensive experience in program and project management,...
Cheryl Hoffman-Bray is an EDC senior vice president and its chief financial officer, chief compliance officer, and treasurer. In these...
Cindy Hoisington, a nationally recognized early childhood education expert, is a highly skilled professional developer and instructional designer.
Terresa Humphries-Wadsworth, a licensed psychologist and highly experienced public speaker, is an expert in mental health promotion,...
Anne Huntington, research assistant, advances knowledge of strategies to improve the well-being of students, educators, and families in the...
Naomi Hupert, a senior research scientist and expert in literacy and digital learning, co-leads the Center for Children & Technology at...
Maureen Iselin serves as associate director of communications for the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance)...
David Jacobson, a nationally recognized expert and innovator in education reform, brings deep experience in early childhood education, school improvement, applied research, strategic planning, collective impact, place-based initiatives, and addressing inequality.
Cornelia Janke, senior international technical advisor, designs and manages international education programs, mobilizing communities to become active participants in the education system.
Sarah Jerome, a public health expert, researcher, and training and technical assistance (TTA) specialist, is dedicated to eliminating health disparities and promoting health equity for disenfranchised, marginalized, and underserved communities.
Jamie Jobe is a research associate experienced in quality improvement, sexual/mental health, early childhood development, and substance use.
Shawna Hite-Jones is a senior prevention specialist with the Suicide Prevention Resource Center.