Eve Goldberg joined the Nellie Mae Education Foundation in 2009.
Previously, Eve was a Research Associate for the Education Development Center’s School Leadership Project, which supports school districts’ and states’ efforts to develop and implement quality pre-service and in-service preparation programs for school administrators. Eve’s professional background includes work as a second grade teacher at Hardin Elementary School in New Orleans as part of the Teach for America program, and as a Program Associate at The Constitution Project in Washington, D.C. Eve served as Chair of the Teach for America-Massachusetts Alumni Board of Directors and is currently on the EdVestors Math Advisory Board.
Among Eve’s published works include, High Tech High Network: Student-Centered Learning in Action.
Eve holds a B.A. in political science from the George Washington University and an Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE).