Donique Reid joined the Alliance in February 2015 as a policy and research associate, where she contributes to policy projects, publications, and events. She also conducts quantitative and qualitative analyses to support the Alliance’s goals. Ms. Reid previously served as a policy and advocacy intern for the Alliance where she worked on projects specific to ESEA waivers, subgroup accountability, and waiver renewal recommendations.
From 2012 to 2014, Ms. Reid served as a program evaluator for the National Urban League and a program coordinator for the Children’s Aid Society in New York City. During that time she gained experience designing and implementing research evaluations and piloted a middle school to high school transition program called Stepping Up. Ms. Reid is a 2013 Education Pioneers alumna where she focused on effective recruitment investment strategies with Teach for America. She began her career in education as a middle and high school Spanish teacher in Prince George’s County Public Schools.
Ms. Reid received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in sociology and education, with a concentration in education policy from Teachers College, Columbia University.