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Carnegie Math Pathways Team

Staff Directory

Marley Arechiga

Administrative Assistant, Carnegie Math Pathways

Rachel Beattie

Associate, Director of Productive Persistence

Ann Edwards

Senior Associate, Director of Learning and Teaching, Carnegie Math Pathways

Kenneth Fernandez

Product Developer, Collaborative Technology

Robert Gutierrez

Web Developer, Collaborative Technology

Lewis Hosie

Instructional System Support Specialist, Carnegie Math Pathways

Melrose Huang

Research Analyst, Analytics

Karon Klipple

Executive Director, Carnegie Math Pathways

Jojo Manai

Senior Associate, Director of Collaborative Technology

Haley McNamara

Research Coordinator, Advancing Quality Teaching

Jon Norman

Associate, Analytics

Dan Ray

Lead for Faculty Development, Advancing Quality Teaching

Lisa Savčak

Assistant Director

Scott Strother

Associate, Lead for Curriculum and Assessment, Carnegie Math Pathways

Brian Sulcer

Web Developer, Collaborative Technology

Chris Thorn

Senior Associate, Director of Knowledge Management

Hiro Yamada

Associate, Director of Analytics

Suleyman Yesilyurt

Database Developer, Collaborative Technology

Steering Committee

Anthony Antonio

Associate Professor of Education, Stanford University, and Associate Director, Stanford Institute for Higher Education Research

Hunter Boylan

Director, National Center for Developmental Education (NCDE)

Michael Collins

Associate Vice President, Postsecondary State Policy, Jobs for the Future

Amy Getz

Strategic Implementation Lead, Higher Education, The Charles A. Dana Center

Edward Leach

Director, National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development

Kay McClenney

Senior Advisor, American Association of Community Colleges, and Senior Associate, Center for Community College Student Engagement at University of Texas at Austin

Gail Mellow

President, La Guardia Community College

Richard Rhodes

President & CEO, Austin Community College

Bill Scroggins

President/CEO, Mt. San Antonio College

Evelyn Waiwaiole

Director, Center for Community College Student Engagement

Jessica Utts

President, American Statistical Association

Tom Bailey

Director of Community College Research Center and George & Abby O’Neill Professor of Economics & Education, Teachers College

Walter Bumphus

President & CEO, American Association of Community Colleges

Johanna Duncan-Poitier

Senior Vice Chancellor, Community Colleges and the Education Pipeline, State University of New York

Michael Kirst

Professor Emeritus of Education and Business Administration, Stanford University

Carol Lincoln

Senior Vice President, Achieving the Dream

Byron McClenney

Project Director and Senior Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin

Eduardo Padron

President, Miami Dade College

Nancy Sattler

Former President, American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC), and Mathematics Faculty, Terra Community College

Karen Stout

President & CEO, Achieving the Dream

Pamela Walker

Vice Chancellor, Educational Services, California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

Our Supporters

Endorsements

The Carnegie Math Pathways has been endorsed by several leading national mathematics associations.

Quantway: The Mathematical Association of America (MAA), National Numeracy Network (NNN), and American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) all provided letters of support and endorsement for the Quantway learning objectives.

Statway: The Mathematical Association of America (MAA), American Statistical Association (ASA), and American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC), all provided letters of support and endorsement for the Statway learning objectives.

Funding support for the Carnegie Math Pathways – Statway and Quantway is provided by:

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Lumina Foundation, ECMC Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation, and the National Science Foundation’s grant DUE-1322844.