Sandra Park

Senior Fellow, Networked Improvement Science

Sandra Park
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Sandra Park recently co-founded the Improvement Collective, a partnership dedicated to helping organizations build their improvement capacity in order to solve important problems in education and the broader social sector. Previously, Sandra was the director of external offerings and partnerships for the Carnegie Foundation, overseeing the development and execution of workshops on network initiation, improvement science, and practical measurement, and helped support the work of other educational organizations interested in accelerating their capacity to improve. She completed the Improvement Advisor program at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in 2011 and formerly served as the director of the foundation’s Building a Teaching Effectiveness Network (BTEN).

Park previously taught elementary school in Oregon, Maryland, and Washington, DC, and was director of programs at First Graduate in San Francisco. She holds a BA in sociology from Georgetown University, a teaching credential and MAT from Louis & Clark College, an EdM in administration and policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a PhD in education policy from UC Berkeley.