The Carnegie Foundation is a founding member of The GRAD Partnership, a collective effort made by nine organizations partnering with communities to use high-quality student success systems so that schools are empowered to graduate all students ready for the future. The GRAD Partnership is focused on student success systems as…
Susan Haynes is the partner success manager for the Carnegie Foundation’s Networked Improvement Science team. She provides product development support, partnership management, and technical assistance for various products and platforms developed by Carnegie for faculty and community partners. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2016, she worked as a legal and policy assistant in the Silicon Valley’s tech sector, specializing in print and digital copyrights.
She holds a bachelor's degree in English from Stanford University, where she specialized in creative writing and Shakespearean studies.
Carnegie and Partners for Network Improvement have developed a conceptual and analytics infrastructure for understanding network health and development and a survey of network health and an associated set of reporting and analysis tools.