Emily Supple joined the Foundation in 2019 as a post-baccalaureate fellow with the Educative Communications group. She received her B.A. from Barnard College of Columbia University (cum laude) in political science. Her studies matched theory with practice by conducting teaching and research fieldwork projects at several New York City public and private schools. In addition to her studies, Supple worked as a teacher’s assistant at an on-campus nursery school and was the director of social media and marketing for a student-run publication. She has held a variety of internships at educational non-profit organizations such as Girls on the Run NYC and Behind the Book, and she served as a health and education intern at the Office of the Berkeley, CA Mayor. Her interests include education policy, design thinking, equity-centered reform, and social justice-based curriculum.