Program Profiles
Najia Shaukat Lupson

Najia Shaukat Lupson
Current Title
Independent Consultant - Education
Education
B.S., University of Maryland, College Park, Organizational Psychology
M.A., School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, International Finance and Business

Residency Information


Resident Functional Area
Human Capital
Resident Organization
East Harlem Tutorial Program
Resident Title
Managing Director, Talent and Recruitment

Pre-Program Information


Previous Functional Area
Human Capital
Previous Organization
Uncommon Schools

The Broad Residency 2013-2015


All children have dreams and are born with an innate desire and ability to learn. It is our responsibility as adults to inspire them, engage them, empower them, ultimately to educate them. Yet our public education system which looks very similar to the way it did half a century ago is failing our students, particularly our students in urban, low income communities. But there are those who are hungry for change. These education reformers are not only those you hear about in the news but are also our school leaders, our teachers and our parents and they are working tirelessly to transform the system one student, one classroom, one school at a time. I am honored to have the opportunity to work alongside these passionate heroes and play my part in closing the gap between the world as it is and the world as it should be, one in which our children's dreams become reality.

As a Broad Resident, Najia Shaukat Lupson worked with East Harlem Tutorial Program as Managing Director, Talent and Recruitment.

Current Title
Independent Consultant - Education
Education
B.S., University of Maryland, College Park, Organizational Psychology
M.A., School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, International Finance and Business

Residency Information


Resident Functional Area
Human Capital
Resident Organization
East Harlem Tutorial Program
Resident Title
Managing Director, Talent and Recruitment

Pre-Program Information


Previous Functional Area
Human Capital
Previous Organization
Uncommon Schools