Christina Dixon is an associate for networked improvement science and leads the Executive Leadership for Improvement project. She is also a former director of the Tennessee Early Literacy Network at the Carnegie Foundation. 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 more recently was a principal of Value Capture, LLC, where she consulted with healthcare systems to accelerate their transformation to achieve safety, quality, and financial goals. Earlier in her career, Christina served as executive director of Summerbridge Pittsburgh, an educational program that prepares middle school students from under-resourced communities for college success, and as national service director for Summerbridge National (now Breakthrough Collaborative), where she worked with local Summerbridge sites to improve the quality of their programs. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.Ed. from Bank Street College of Education.