The Broad Residency 2018-2020
I have seen firsthand the power of education to uplift individuals, families and communities. Through my work, I seek to ensure all children realize their fundamental right of a high-quality education that supports a happy, healthy and prosperous life.
Brittany Estrada is the vice president of performance management at the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools, overseeing talent functions that ensure the organization identifies, grows, rewards, and expands the reach of top talent. Prior to this position, Brittany led human capital reform work for six years at Los Angeles Unified School District, most recently serving as a program and policy development advisor. At the time, she directed the district’s $30,000,000 Teacher Incentive Fund grant from the U.S. Department of Education, which funded the development and implementation of the district’s teacher and school leader evaluation processes, human capital data warehouse and learning management system. As an education policy coordinator at Alliance for a Better Community, Brittany led education policy reform work across the cradle to career pipeline and started her career as a high school biology teacher as a Teach for America corps member. Brittany earned a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from the University of San Diego and a master’s degree in urban education administration and policy from Loyola Marymount University.
- B.A., University of San Diego, Biology
- M.A., Loyola Marymount University, Urban Education Administration and Policy
- Resident Functional Area
- General Management/Strategy
- Resident Organization
- Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools
- Resident Title
- Vice President of Performance Management
- Previous Functional Area
- Previous Organization
- Los Angeles Unified School District