Kayla Jackson

Local Improvement Networks Coordinator
Community Center for Education Results

Kayla supports the Local Improvement Networks, which aim to accelerate progress in the Road Map Project region by building more equitable systems in early learning and elementary schools. Kayla earned her Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington Evans School and her Bachelor’s degree from Carleton College. She started her career working as a math teacher and then a college completion advisor for low-income students of color. Kayla has worked towards racial and social justice in various sectors, including local city government, academia, and nonprofits. Originally from Massachusetts, Kayla enjoys getting to know the Road Map region by frequenting people-of-color-owned restaurants and coffee shops in the area.