Connect With Us
Many individuals and partners contribute to the Road Map Project, and many more are working in the day-to-day efforts to improve systems for our communities. This is not an exhaustive list of Road Map Project contacts, but an entry point to help you get connected.
If you’re a member of the media, contact Diana Huynh.
All Team Members
Action teams are groups who help steer the Road Map Project’s direction. We oversee bodies of work, identify key information, and carry out action plans toward Project goals. Action work collectively across sectors, and are staffed by various Road Map Project partner organizations.
We lead the day-to-day administration and operations to keep the Road Map Project running.
The Community Center for Education Results is a nonprofit created to launch and support the Road Map Project. We provide data, research, communications, logistical, and other staffing support to Road Map Project partners.
The communications team supports the Project and its partners through media and community engagement, content strategy, report production, and more. We also manage the Road Map Project’s channels, including websites, newsletters, and social media.
The Road Map Project Community Leadership Team is comprised of regional leaders who strive to improve educational and economic equity for the region's youth. We provide visionary leadership and community accountability as the region works to achieve Road Map Project goals. Contact: Cinthia Illan-Vazquez
Staff from Road Map Project partner organizations serve as content leads in areas including college and career readiness, social and emotional learning, expanded learning opportunities, opportunity youth, English language learners, family engagement, and more.
The data and research team seeks to show how those responsible for our students’ education can better serve them. We use various data science and research methods and develops presentations, reporting tools, and papers—all driven by the recommendations, experiences, and perspectives of the Road Map Project region’s most-impacted communities.
Initiatives are campaigns, projects, or programs that target specific barriers to education equity. They are opportunities for anyone who want to help our students succeed. Our leads are staffed by various Road Map Project partner organizations.