Savannah has over ten years of experience using data to drive learning and strategy in education as the executive director of a teacher training non-profit in Rwanda, an English as a foreign language teacher in Ecuador, and a Baltimore City Public School data manager. Most recently, Savannah completed Harvard’s Strategic Data Project Fellowship while at CityBridge Education. There she led the organization’s evaluation strategy and supported new school founders in using organizational learning strategies to identify precisely how their innovations will drive equitable outcomes for kids.
Savannah is a D.C. public school parent and a White anti-racist who continues her own journey towards identifying and disrupting racism as she strives to raise her two young children to do the same. She holds a master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and an undergraduate degree in International Development and French from the University of Mississippi. She speaks Spanish and French.