Research Fellow, Education
Julia’s research focuses on innovative policies and practices in K-12 education. She currently writes a weekly blog, and examines competency based education policies, blended learning school models, and initiatives to increase students’ social capital.
Prior to joining the Institute, Julia worked at NewSchools Venture Fund, a venture philanthropy organization that supports education entrepreneurs who are transforming public education. She also served as an instructor in the Yale College Seminar Program and a summer associate at Farella Braun + Martel LLP, a litigation firm in San Francisco. Julia graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Comparative Literature and Latin American Studies. She also received a JD from Yale Law School.