Caroline D’Andrea began her career in college success programming, managing college-to-career transitions, volunteer engagement, and workforce development at The Posse Foundation. During her graduate studies, she supported outreach and partnership efforts through research and project management for the Strategic Data Project at the Center for Education Policy Research. Ms. D’Andrea also served as a Harvard Education Dean’s Fellow, supporting Bibb County School District with their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. D’Andrea leverages this experience and training in college success programming, education policy, and community engagement in her work now. At Education Systems Center, she supports work-based learning efforts across Illinois, providing technical assistance to communities and research on various work-based learning initiatives.
Ms. D’Andrea holds a Ed.M. in Education Policy and Management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.A. from the University of Michigan