Cricket Fuller

Dir, Education Innovation Clusters
Digital Promise

Cricket Fuller runs the Education Innovation Clusters initiative at Digital Promise. In this role, she has worked with partners at the US Department of Education, foundations, researchers, companies, school districts, and non-profits across the country to support cross-sector ecosystems for learning innovation. Prior to joining Digital Promise, initially as an Education Pioneers Fellow, Cricket worked in public policy, developing a program for the City of Pittsburgh to support collaborations with regional startups, and in journalism, where she ran the OpEd department at news organization The Christian Science Monitor. Cricket began her education career as a K-12 teacher with Teach for America, New York City Department of Education, Harlem Children’s Zone, and Horace Mann School. She has a Master of Science in public policy and management from Carnegie Mellon University, a Master of Science in teaching from Pace University, and a BA in English and sociology from Bates College.



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