Program Profiles
Ani Bagdasarian Packard

Ani Bagdasarian Packard
Current Title
Program Policy Development Advisor
Current Organization
Los Angeles Unified School District
Education
B.A., Tufts University, Political Science/ Child Development
M.Ed., Harvard University, Education, Policy and Management

Residency Information


Resident Functional Area
General Management/Strategy
Resident Organization
Los Angeles Unified School District
Resident Title
Program Associate

Pre-Program Information


Previous Functional Area
Policy/Advocacy
Previous Organization
Cleveland Foundation

The Broad Residency 2011-2013


For many, educational opportunities have been the pathway to the American dream. Currently, however, our inequitable public school system prevents our nation's youth from reaching their true potential. As a result, untapped human potential remains boundless. We are not only jeopardizing the future of our students, but also that of our communities and our entire nation. In partnership with The Broad Residency, let us work together to impact the lives of children in the most meaningful way I know: through their education.

Ani Bagdasarian Packard served as Program Associate for Los Angeles Unified School District during The Broad Residency.

More about Ani Bagdasarian Packard

Alumni Spotlight: Ani Bagdasarian Packard, The Broad Center Blog, May 9, 2019

I’m inspired by the systems level work I have the opportunity to do each and every day with the potential to impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of children. Read more.

Current Title
Program Policy Development Advisor
Current Organization
Los Angeles Unified School District
Education
B.A., Tufts University, Political Science/ Child Development
M.Ed., Harvard University, Education, Policy and Management

Residency Information


Resident Functional Area
General Management/Strategy
Resident Organization
Los Angeles Unified School District
Resident Title
Program Associate

Pre-Program Information


Previous Functional Area
Policy/Advocacy
Previous Organization
Cleveland Foundation