TNTP is organized into four groups: New Teacher Effectiveness, Performance Management, Public Affairs, and Talent & Operations. Within these groups, Vice Presidents provide strategic leadership and Partners, listed below, oversee contracts and manage client relationships.
Roughly half of our diverse, 300+ person staff began their careers in the classroom. Others are education policy experts, researchers, strategy consultants and writers. We are mission-driven, customer-focused and results-oriented. Click here to learn more about our people.
New Teacher Effectiveness
TNTP has "a big role to play in the effort to improve teacher preparation nationally." - New York Times
The New Teacher Effectiveness Group recruits great teachers for high-need schools and subjects, and prepares those teachers to be immediately effective in the classroom.
Assessment & Evaluation
Expansion & Training
Bailey Cato Czupryk
Strategy & Recruitment
Sheryl Linsky Adam
"Innovative organizations like...TNTP are helping to revitalize public education." - TIME
For teachers to be successful, they must work in environments that prioritize and support effective teaching. The Performance Management Group is helping schools, districts and states understand how teachers are performing and what they need to do to get better.
Foundations of Teacher Excellence
Lucille M. Booker, Ph.D
Miriam Sondheimer Zahavy
Strategies, Systems & Policy
Strategy & Operations
Jennifer Moon Douglass
TNTP is "a leading voice on teacher quality." - American Enterprise Institute
The Public Affairs Group is a small, dynamic team responsible for sharing TNTP's ideas and innovations in a clear and compelling way.
Communications & Publications
Tools for Teacher Excellence
Karla Oakley, Senior Strategist
Talent & Operations
In 2011, 98% of staff rated TNTP a good, very good or excellent place to work.
The Talent & Operations Group keeps TNTP's systems running smoothly and develops TNTP's most important asset – its talented staff.
Lea Ann Morrison