Christina J. Dixon is an advisor, consultant and coach partnering with education leaders to transform their organizations through continuous improvement. She currently collaborates with the Improvement Collective, WestEd, the University of Pittsburgh, Studer Education, A+ Schools and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, where she recently served as an associate for networked improvement science.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Christina provided coaching, on-site support, and professional development to leaders of education, healthcare, and non-profit organizations seeking to use systems principles to better meet the needs of the people they serve. She co-founded True North Institute, where she supported Bedford Area School District in creating a model for using Toyota Production System principles to improve student achievement, and was a principal of Value Capture, LLC, where she consulted with healthcare systems to accelerate their transformation to achieve safety, quality, and financial goals. Christina also served as executive director of Summerbridge Pittsburgh, and as national service director for Summerbridge National (now Breakthrough Collaborative). She holds a B.A. from Stanford University, an M.Ed. from Bank Street College of Education, and an Ed.D. in Education Leadership from the University of Virginia.
Dixon serves on the Carnegie National Faculty with an endorsement in ‘Introduction to Improvement Science Basics.'