Terri Duggan Schwartzbeck
Terri Duggan Schwartzbeck is a senior digital outreach associate and has been at the Alliance since May 2011. She functions at the intersection of policy and social media, working with a variety of platforms to help build public will for change. She brings fifteen years of experience in educational nonprofits and associations providing analysis, communications, and event production on a wide range of issues including digital learning, standards, assessment, accountability, professional development, rural education, school turnaround, and policy implementation. Previously, Ms. Schwartzbeck was a program manager at the Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia at CNA where she worked with a four-state region to increase utilization of research. She also served as a senior policy analyst at the American Association of School Administrators, and began her career at the Council for Basic Education. She was a fellow in the Institute for Educational Leadership’s Washington, DC education policy fellowship program and then later served as a coordinator of the program. From 2007 to 2010, she had the opportunity to live overseas in Hong Kong and traveled extensively throughout Asia. She has a master in public policy degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from the University of California at San Diego. She carries her passion for education into volunteer activities in the Arlington, Virginia Public Schools, including serving on the district-wide Advisory Council on Instruction, the McKinley Elementary PTA, and the data committee for the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families.