The Alliance for Excellent Education recently announced the appointment of Cynthia Harlow Sadler as director of external relations and Scott Joftus as director of public policy.
Sadler brings more than 20 years of experience in development and public relations to the Alliance. Prior to joining the organization, she inaugurated the development program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Other organizations for which she has led fundraising and outreach efforts include the Economic Policy Institute, National Mental Health Association, and The American Prospect magazine. She also has worked in various capacities for members of the House and Senate, and in presidential and congressional campaigns.
Scott Joftus joins the Alliance with a broad range of experience in education policy and analysis. He most recently served as director of policy, research and evaluation for The McKenzie Group, a national comprehensive educational consulting firm. Previously, he was a senior policy analyst for the Council for Basic Education. He holds a doctorate in Education Policy and Administration from The George Washington University, was awarded a master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of California at Berkeley, and received his B.A. from Duke University. Joftus has written extensively on education policy issues, and is lead author of the Thompson Publishing Group volume, An Administrators’ Guide to the No Child Left Behind Act.
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