We all know the neighborhoods in our hometown – those that everyone wants to live in and those where your grandmother calls and checks on your safety. Unfortunately, neighborhoods are often symbols of income segregation.
Rebecca is the Manager of Research & Evaluation for the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. Prior to joining the National Alliance, Rebecca was the Production Assistant at Devine Mulvey Longabaugh, where she edited footage to create TV and radio advertisements for democratic candidates across the United States. Rebecca began her career in education research as a summer intern at the National Alliance. Rebecca, a native to the D.C. metro area, moved to the sunshine state to attend Florida State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in communications. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters of Science in Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys volunteering, traveling, or kayaking down a river.
When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a biologist so I could clean oil off ducks caught in oil spills
Who was your favorite teacher? My high school calculus teacher Ms. Wynn
What was your all-time, best-ever Halloween costume? Peter Pan's Shadow, plus I convinced my friend to be Peter Pan
Blog posts by Rebecca David
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the Brookings Institution recently released a collaborative report, Opportunity, Responsibility, and Security: A Consensus Plan for Reducing Poverty a