Jenna Hua

Post Baccalaureate Fellow

Jenna Hua

Jenna Hua is a post-baccalaureate fellow at the Carnegie Foundation, where she specializes in supporting policy, program, and communications efforts to support key areas of work across the organization, particularly within Carnegie’s future of learning portfolio.   

Before joining Carnegie, Jenna worked as a development associate at the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families where she managed fundraising operations, leading grant writing efforts and supporting event planning. Previously, Jenna was an out-of-school time youth worker, working to design and facilitate racial identity development and DEI programs for high school and undergraduate students in Manhattan's Chinatown and Wellesley College. She also served as a research assistant on projects examining racial socialization and family-community engagement in schools.  

Jenna is passionate about transforming education systems to recognize and uplift culturally-responsive and community-based forms of learning that center the whole student. She holds a bachelor’s in psychology and education studies from Wellesley College, where she graduated summa cum laude and was recognized by the Sigma Xi and Psi Chi honor societies for her undergraduate research.  

Jenna lives in New York City where she was born and raised, and her life-long aspiration is to scuba dive around the world.