Anna Holt is a senior research analyst at EdRedesign where she oversees data and metrics research and analysis to support the implementation efforts of our communities of practice and identifies best practices. She is an experienced mixed-methods researcher and applied data analyst. Anna has previously served as director of research and evaluation for Tulsa Public Schools and for cradle-to-career nonprofits including Room to Grow and UTEC, which provides adult education and comprehensive supports for justice-involved young adults in the Merrimack Valley. She has also consulted in data analytics and data visualization in the education and social services sectors, focusing on assisting clients with developing strengths-based and community-engaged data strategies. Anna has also been fortunate to serve on research committees for collective action organizations such as Impact Tulsa (part of the Strive Together Network) and the Boston Opportunity Agenda’s Birth to Eight Collaborative. She received her undergraduate degree from MIT and PhD from the University of California, San Diego in Cognitive Science. She was a Cohort 5 Harvard Center for Education Policy research strategic data fellow.