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President and CEO

Jed Wallace

President and Chief Executive Officer 916-448-0995, ext 301 jed@calcharters.org Jed serves as the President and CEO of the California Charter Schools Association.

Executive Team

Allison Greenwood Bajracharya

Senior Vice President, Organizing 213-244-1446, ext 215 abajracharya@calcharters.org Allison leads the team responsible for building an educated, empowered, and active base of charter parents and teachers

Gary Borden

Senior Vice President, Civic Affairs 415-613-4022 gborden@calcharters.org In this role, Gary works to develop strategic relationships with community organizations, elected and appointed officials, and others in the private and non-profit sectors to help advance the policy and advocacy work of CCSA. Gary is also the Executive Director, CCSA Advocates.

Myrna Castrejón

Senior Vice President, Government Affairs 916-448-0995, ext 304 mcastrejon@calcharters.org Myrna leads CCSA's advocacy, strategy and policy agenda, and provides political and strategic advice to key stakeholders.

Danny Corwin

Chief Financial Officer 213-244-1446, ext 208 dcorwin@calcharters.org As a member of the Association's Executive Team, Danny leads staff responsible for core financial and accounting systems, financial planning, and treasury. He is also responsible for securing financial support in the form of grants from private foundations, corporations and government agencies in order to sustain the programs and operations of the Association.

Kerry Flanagan

Chief of Staff 858-337-6117 kflanagan@calcharters.org

Sharon Hicks

Executive Assistant 916-448-0995, ext 305 shicks@calcharters.org Sharon is the Executive Assistant to Jed Wallace and coordinates the work of the Association's Leadership Team.

Laura McGowan-Robinson

Senior Vice President, Regional Advocacy 213-244-1446, ext 202 lmcgowan@calcharters.org Laura manages the regional advocacy work across the state, working with teams in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Northeast and Central Valley, and Southern California to maximize the impact of our policy and advocacy work at the local and state levels.

Elizabeth Robitaille, Ed.D.

Senior Vice President, Achievement and Performance Management 213-244-1446, ext 209 erobitaille@calcharters.org Elizabeth leads the team responsible for assessing the achievement of California charter schools, exploring key areas of strength and weakness for the charter school movement, and providing data analyses to support CCSA’s strategic initiatives.

Ricardo Soto, Esq.

Senior Vice President, Legal Advocacy, and General Counsel 619-807-1034 rsoto@calcharters.org Ricardo oversees the Legal Team, provides general legal counsel to the Association and advises the Association in relation to legal strategies targeted to support the Association's statewide and regional advocacy efforts, the membership, the charter school community, and the Association's initiatives and strategic objectives.

Peri Lynn Turnbull, APR

Senior Vice President, Communications and Knowledge Management 213-244-1446, ext 510 plturnbull@calcharters.org Peri Lynn leads the team responsible for internal, external and online communications, media relations, video, social media, and website as well as the team responsible for providing technical assistance and training to members and developers.

CCSA Staff

Fátima Cristerna Adame

Regional Director, Inland Empire (909) 200-0533 fcadame@calcharters.org Fátima leads charter school policy and member interest in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. She works closely with Charter School Operators, community organizations, and local elected officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools in the region.

Joanne Ahola

Parent Organizer, Sacramento Area (916) 502-5044 jahola@calcharters.org

As a parent organizer for CCSA Families, Joanne builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families across the Sacramento area.

Phillipa L. Altmann, Esq.

Senior Litigation Counsel 213-244-1446, ext 245 paltmann@calcharters.org Phillipa's key areas of responsibility include working on trial court litigation and appellate opportunities on behalf of CCSA and the charter school community.

Joni Angel

Managing Director, Civic Affairs 213-244-1446, ext 236 jangel@calcharters.org Joni manages the operations of the Civic Affairs team and ensures the implementation of the strategic plan. Additionally, she engages with charter leaders in key regions to develop local political committees of charter leaders. She is also an employee of CCSA Advocates.

Sarah Angel

Managing Regional Director, Statewide Advocacy, Los Angeles 866-411-2272, ext 247 sangel@calcharters.org Sarah Angel manages the team responsible for charter school policy, member advocacy and parent engagement in Los Angeles. In this role, Sarah provides an array of services for existing charter schools and supports teams developing new charter schools.

Leigh Arino de la Rubia

Director, Grants 213-244-1446, ext 217 larinoi@calcharters.org Leigh is responsible for the management and coordination of CCSA's development and fundraising activities. Her major responsibilities include writing grant proposals and reports, conducting research on funding prospects, tracking progress of measurable outcomes and working collaboratively with CCSA staff across the state.

Daniel Assisi, Ed.D.

Managing Director, Data, Operations and Information 213-244-1446, ext 211 dassisi@calcharters.org As part of the Office of the President team, Daniel oversees the Data, Operations and IT team tasked with helping further CCSA's mission and vision through the continuous improvement of internal data management and collaboration practices, operations, technology infrastructure, and related support services for the Association staff.

Nicole Virga Bautista

Senior Manager, Government Affairs 916-448-0995, ext 314 nbautista@calcharters.org Nicole manages the Capitol Advocacy Leaders network, which seeks to build meaningful relationships between legislators and a charter school liaison in their community. Additionally, Nicole oversees grassroots advocacy efforts including leading the planning and execution of CCSA's annual Advocacy Day.

Emily Bertelli

Director, Media Relations 412-559-8571 ebertelli@calcharters.org Emily is responsible for leading media relations, social media and video activities in support of CCSA's advocacy work. In addition, Emily provides support to the Northeastern and Central Valley regional teams.

Shawn Brown

Director, Parent Organizing, Northern California 412-559-8571 sbrown@calcharters.org Shawn manages the team of parent organizers in the Bay and Sacramento areas.

Erica Castillo

Manager, Operations 213-244-1446, ext 203 ecastillo@calcharters.org As member of the Office of the President, Erica provides internal operational support to Association staff by managing our internal help desk and related vendors. Additionally, Erica oversees a significant part of our new employee onboarding process and of our internal data quality efforts.

Barbara Ching

Manager, Strategic Events bching@calcharters.org 916-448-0995, ext 332 Barbara works directly on the planning and execution of CCSA's Annual Conference, Advocacy Day and other events and ensures they reflect the strategic objectives of CCSA. Barbara is primarily focused on expanding the pool of registrants through outreach and marketing campaigns as well as streamlining event logistics and communications.

Gary Davis

Director, Board Engagement and Leadership Development 866-411-2272, ext 329 gdavis@calcharters.org Gary works with charter school leaders and board members throughout the state to develop a local civic infrastructure that supports high quality charter schools. This includes leadership training and development, along with the establishment of local programs to sustain this effort.

Fiorella Del Carpio

Lead Director, Family and Community Engagement, Los Angeles 213-256-5912 fdelcarpio@calcharters.org Fiorella engages with the community around education issues, working to build relationships with parents, principals, local leaders and wide variety of community-based organizations throughout Los Angeles. The goal of CCSA Families is to educate, empower and mobilize families to hold our leaders accountable for ensuring every child has access to a high-quality public education.

Sara Mattingly deLeeuw

Managing Director, Finance and Development 213-244-1446, ext 234 smattingly@calcharters.org As the manager of the Finance team, Sara provides oversight to ensure appropriate internal controls and bookkeeping in alignment with GAAP. She also leads CCSA's budgeting processes, prepares internal financial statements, and coordinates with an external firm to fulfill tax and audit requirements.

Keith Dell'Aquila

Director, Teacher Engagement 213-244-1446, ext 235 kdellaquila@calcharters.org Keith leads CCSA's work to elevate the voice of charter school teachers in policy and political debates across the state. He is also an employee of CCSA Advocates.

Kate Dove

Special Education Advisor 818 429-4091 kdove@calcharters.org Kate works with the Special Education Statewide Advocacy team to provide charter schools with information and support on a variety of special education topics. She also leads special education data collection and analysis efforts to help strengthen the position of charter schools as well as identify and replicate successful special education models for improving academic outcomes of students with special needs in charter schools throughout the state.

Richard Driver

Manager, Research and Operation 916-448-0995, ext 328 rdriver@calcharters.org Richard maintains compliance with all lobbying reporting requirements for CCSA. In addition, he works with staff and outside consultants to provide research support for the Civic/Political Affairs team.

Miles Durfee

Managing Regional Director, Southern California 858-663-1587 mdurfee@calcharters.org Miles manages the team responsible for charter school policy and member interests in San Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and Imperial Counties. Additionally, he leads the information and advocacy program in San Diego County with nearly 100 charter schools in the County and over 40 authorized by San Diego Unified School District.

Carson Eades

Coordinator, Government Affairs 916-448-0995, ext 308 ceades@calcharters.org Carson provides support to the Government Affairs team, ensuring efficient operations, and assists with legislative and regulatory tracking and policy research. He also assists with event planning, including Advocacy Day and supporting the Capitol Advocacy Leaders network.

Danyela Souza Egorov

Regional Director, Santa Clara County 916-448-0995, ext 432 degorov@calcharters.org Danyela leads charter school policy and member interest in Santa Clara County. She works closely with charter school leaders, community organizations, and local elected officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools in the region.

Meagan Fox

Director, Interactive Technology 916-448-0995, ext 406 mfox@calcharters.org Meagan manages the Association's online presence in order to provide valuable information and high quality service experiences to our members and other website visitors.

Emily Gold

Parent Organizer, LA

egold@calcharters.org As a parent organizer for CCSA Families, Emily builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families in Los Angeles.

Norman A. Gonzales

Manager, School Development, Northeast and Central Valley ngonzales@calcharters.org (916) 448-0995 ext 335 Norman manages the development process for new schools working toward authorization in California's Northeast and Central Valley. This includes outreach, technical support, project management, and petition development guidance.

Kimberly Gray

Director, Special Projects, Regional Advocacy 310-228-7970 kgray@calcharters.org Kimberly facilitates project management and strategic planning for the Regional Advocacy team. She manages team-wide strategic planning across our four geographic regions and creates the systems, infrastructure, and vision for executing key initiatives. Kimberly provides coordination and support with quarterly regional meetings, policy campaigns, major events, data and goal tracking. Her mission is to ensure that the Regional Advocacy team members are connected locally and across the state.

Hilary Harmssen

Managing Regional Director, San Francisco Bay Area 650-796-2483 hharmssen@calcharters.org Hilary manages the team responsible for charter school policy and member advocacy efforts across 17 counties in Northwestern California, which includes San Francisco, Alameda, San Mateo, Sonoma, Humboldt, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo counties, among others. In this role, Hilary provides an array of services for existing charter schools and supports teams developing new charter schools.

Joe Harrington

Director, Strategic Partnerships and Special Projects 916-448-0995, ext 410 jharrington@calcharters.org Joe is responsible for leading CCSA's group purchasing programs and related efforts to increase member schools' access to cost effective, relevant products and services. As a member of the Office of the President team, Joe also manages cross-collaborative initiatives in support of CCSA's strategic priorities.

Willow Harrington

Managing Director, School Development 916-448-0995, ext 412 wharrington@calcharters.org Willow leads the School Development and Support Team to provide developing schools with the technical and strategy support as they prepare for authorization and opening.

Allison Hendrick

Manager, Regional Advocacy, Greater Los Angeles 213-244-1446, ext 259 ahendrick@calcharters.org As part of the Regional Advocacy team, Allison leads policy and advocacy efforts to support member schools' interests across Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties in the areas of charter school authorization, growth, renewals, funding equity and facilities advocacy. Allison works closely with charter operators and local elected officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools in the region.

Giovany Hernandez

Parent Organizer, LA

ghernandez@calcharters.org As a parent organizer for CCSA Families, Giovany builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families in Los Angeles.

Cassy Horton

Regional Manager, Policy & Advocacy, Los Angeles 213-244-1446 ext 257 chorton@calcharters.org As part of the Regional Advocacy team, Cassy leads policy and advocacy efforts to support member schools' interests across Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties in the areas of charter school authorization, growth, renewals, funding equity and facilities advocacy. Cassy works closely with charter operators and local elected officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools in the region.

Amy Blumberg James

Director, Legislative Affairs (916) 448-0995 ext 336 ablumberg@calcharters.org Amy directs the Association's statewide legislative advocacy efforts and works closely with the California State Legislature, CCSA's members and lobbyists.

Matthew Jawlik

Director, Data Projects (213) 244-1446 ext 515 mjawlik@calcharters.org As part of the Office of the President team, Matt oversees a portfolio of new and existing internal data projects to help further CCSA's mission and vision.

Allison Kenda

Managing Director, Achievement and Performance Management (866) 411-2272 ext 512 akenda@calcharters.org Allison is directly responsible for research efforts to assess and support improved achievement in California charter schools. Allison also plays a key role in helping design systems to assist schools, particularly those at risk of not meeting minimum accountability standards, in pinpointing areas of concern and facilitating access to high quality resources.

Max Kennedy

Manager, Data (213) 244-1446 ext 256 mkennedy@calcharters.org As part of the Office of the President team, Max's primarily responsibility is to oversee our internal data systems and their interactions to ensure all teams have the latest data to accomplish their goals. Additionally, Max plays a significant role in scoping and implementation of new data projects.

Laura Kerr

Managing Regional Director, Northeast and Central Valley 916-230-7496 lkerr@calcharters.org Laura provides an array of services for existing charter schools and supports charter developers who are interested in opening up new charter schools in the Sacramento region, which includes Vacaville, Redding, Stockton, Grass Valley, Placerville, Chico, Elk Grove and all points in between.

Candice Lamarche

Managing Director, Strategic Events 916-448-0995, ext 402 clamarche@calcharters.org Candice oversees the planning and execution of CCSA's Annual Conference, Advocacy Day and other events and ensures they reflect the strategic objectives of CCSA. Candice is primarily focused on the long-term planning and sustainability of events including programming enhancement as well as registration, exhibit and sponsorship growth.

Venessa Laurel

Manager, Community Data vlaurel@calcharters.org (916) 448-0995, ext 436 As part of the Office of the President Team, Venessa is responsible for overseeing the operational and data components of our charter parent outreach program, "Charter Nation."

Steve Levin

Director, Communications slevin@calcharters.org (213) 244-1446, ext 240 Steve is responsible for planning and executing strategic communications efforts to support CCSA's advocacy work, including developing key collateral for key stakeholders and the public, email communications, media outreach and social media.

Michelle Low

Director, Regulatory Affairs 916-448-0995, ext 321 mlow@calcharters.org Michelle works on the Association's statewide and federal advocacy efforts regarding regulatory actions through coordination with state agencies, boards and commissions.

Jason Mandell

Director, Advocacy Communications (213) 244-1446, 248 jmandell@calcharters.org Jason is responsible for planning and executing strategic communications efforts to support CCSA's parent organizing efforts and the LA Regional Advocacy team including developing key collateral for members and the public, email communications, media outreach and social media.

Allison Magill

Legal Counsel 619-252-9222 amagill@calcharters.org Allison provides general legal support related to the Association's advocacy efforts, membership needs, and strategic objectives. Allison's specific focus areas include charter school authorization and oversight issues, special education, facilities and general counsel support.

Aida Mariam

Regional Director, Alameda County (916) 448-0995 ext. 317 amariam@calcharters.org Aida leads charter school policy and member interest in Alameda County. She works closely with charter school leaders, community organizations, and local elected officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools in the region.

Diana Marin

Parent Organizer, LA

dmarin@calcharters.org As a parent organizer for CCSA Families, Diana builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families in Los Angeles.

Carlos Marquez

Political Director (916) 448-0995, ext 330 cmarquez@calcharters.org Carlos leads the political and electoral work on behalf of CCSA Advocates, including the identification and cultivation of candidates, candidate and ballot initiative campaign expenditure activity, technical assistance, and long-term strategy development at both state and local levels in California.

Elyce Martinez

Research Analyst, Achievement and Performance Management (866) 411-2272 ext 237 emartinez@calcharters.org Elyce contributes to the research initiatives and analysis of the APM team, fulfilling external and cross-team data requests, working as point person for the Self-Assessment Portal, and supporting GIS analyses.

Snow Mendoza

Manager, Membership 213-244-1446, ext 241 smendoza@calcharters.org Snow helps coordinate the Association's membership operations and customer service. He manages the day-to-day components of CCSA's membership systems, tracks membership trends and gauges member satisfaction.

Alice Miller

Director, Knowledge Management 916-448-0995, ext 407 amiller@calcharters.org Alice provides charter school leaders with information and training on all charter school issues, including finance, board governance, petition writing, curriculum and facilities.

Colin Miller

Vice President, Policy 916-448-0995, ext 303 cmiller@calcharters.org Colin works to ensure charter schools have a favorable legislative, budget and regulatory environment at the state level through liaison with state agencies, boards and commissions and as a partner with our legislative advocates. Colin also works with Association staff and membership to interpret and implement legislative and regulatory actions of the state and to represent members concerns in Sacramento.

Frank Navarro

Parent Organizer, LA

fnavarro@calcharters.org As a parent organizer for CCSA Families, Frank builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families in Los Angeles.

Carlyn Obringer

Manager, Technical Assistance 916-448-0995, ext 416 cobringer@calcharters.org Carlyn provides technical assistance by responding to inquiries and by creating web-based resources for schools, the general public and Association members.

Gina Plate

Senior Advisor, Special Education 619-212-9918 gplate@calcharters.org Gina leads the Association's Special Education team, which provides information and guidance to charter schools surrounding a variety of special education issues. The team works to strengthen the charter school movement by focusing on state and SELPA-level special education policy issues and doing in-depth advocacy work with groups of charter schools.

Jennifer Reiter-Cook

School Development Manager, Southern California jcook@calcharters.org 866-411-2272, ext 503 Jennifer manages the development process for new schools working toward authorization in the greater San Diego and Inland Empire areas. This includes outreach, technical support, project management, and petition development guidance.

Cecilia (Cia) Salinas

Manager, Community Data and Operations 213-244-1446, ext 214 csalinas@calcharters.org Cecilia (Cia) Salinas provides data and operational support to the advocacy, parent organizing and data teams.

Amy Sandoz

Director, Special Projects and Staff Relations 213-244-1446, ext 246 asandoz@calcharters.org Amy manages internal staff communication and bolsters various cross-team efforts with her skills as a project manager.

Jeff Sands

Regional Director, Central Valley 916-448-0995, ext 325 jsands@calcharters.org Jeff Sands is the regional director for the Central Valley, a region that spans from Stanislaus to Kern County. In this role, Jeff works with members to advocate for critical issues facing charter schools, including new school authorization, charter renewal, facilities, and special education.

Emily Scheines

Manager, School Partnership Development 213-244-1446, ext 205 escheines@calcharters.org Emily develops strategic statewide partnerships with the charter school community, which are aligned with the priorities of the Civic Affairs team. She also manages our "Charter Nation" program.

Alison Schoenbeck

Director, Legal and Facilities Data Development 213-244-1446, ext 502 aschoenbeck@calcharters.org Alison is responsible for the identification, procurement, review, synthesis and analysis of data for CCSA's Legal and Facilities Teams. She manages the Association's legal and facilities databases, and provides advocacy and litigation support. Alison also coordinates development of the Legal Library, and publications and presentations for the Legal Defense Fund and the Legal Advisory Committee.

Yannell Selman

Parent Organizer, Richmond 305-310-4800 yselman@calcharters.org As a parent organizer with CCSA Families, Yannell builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families across West Contra Costa County.

Matthew Taylor

Director, Research (916) 448-0995, ext 331 mtaylor@calcharters.org Matt provides analytical expertise to shape and direct charter school research within CCSA, coordinates major research projects, and authors original research reports to position CCSA as the leader in answering key questions about charter school performance.

Dannie Tillman

Director, Strategic Communications 213-244-1446, ext 509 dtillman@calcharters.org Dannie is responsible for planning and executing strategic communications efforts to support CCSA's Government Affairs efforts and advocacy work including developing key collateral for members and the public, email communications, media outreach and social media.

Rosaline Top

Director, Special Projects 916-448-0995, ext 311 rtop@calcharters.org Rosaline works to assess the efficacy and impact of Association programs and overall progress toward completion of the organization-wide strategic objectives.

Kisheen (KW) Tulloss

Director, Family and Community Engagement, LA and Fellows Program 213-271-0153 ktulloss@calcharters.org KW engages with the community around education issues, working to build relationships with parents, principals, local leaders and wide variety of community-based organizations throughout Los Angeles. The goal of CCSA Families is to educate, empower and mobilize families to hold our leaders accountable for ensuring every child has access to a high-quality public education.

Ernesto Umana

Parent Organizer, LA

eumana@calcharters.org As a parent organizer for CCSA Families, Ernesto builds parent teams at charter schools to advocate for public school choices for all families in Los Angeles

Julie Ashby Umansky, Esq.

Vice President, Legal Advocacy, and Executive Director, Charter Schools Legal Defense Fund 213-244-1446, ext 501 jumansky@calcharters.org Julie monitors litigation affecting California charter schools and advises the Association on how certain court decisions impact the California charter school movement. She manages the appellate advocacy agenda and the Association's Legal Services Loan Program which allows schools to fund legal challenges to unfair and illegal district practices. In coordination with the other members of the Association's Legal Advocacy Team, Julie also develops legal advocacy strategies to help resolve collective issues facing charter schools, including charter authorizing issues and Prop. 39 facilities issues.

Cindy Uribe

Manager, Accounting and Contracts 213-244-1446, ext 231 curibe@calcharters.org As a member of the Finance team, Cindy manages CCSA's accounts payable, including payments to vendors and contractors as well as employee expense reimbursements. She also processes all cash receipts and provides assistance with governmental reporting requirements including issuance of 1099s.

Liliana Uribe

Manager, Accounting and Payroll 213-244-1446, ext 216 luribe@calcharters.org As a member of the Finance team, Liliana manages CCSA's accounts receivable, including membership dues and reimbursements under the Resource Sharing Agreement with CCSA Advocates. She also holds internal human resources responsibilities and serves as the liaison for payroll with our partner professional employer organization.

Merriet Walker

Manager, Accounting and Financial Reporting mwalker@calcharters.org 213-244-1446, ext 278 As a member of the Finance team, Merriet manages CCSA's accounting, including month and year-end closing. She also prepares schedules for external audits and tax returns and assists with the organization's budgeting process and internal financial reporting.

Karla Ward

Special Projects Manager, School Development 213-926-6019 kward@calcharters.org Karla manages the High Quality Grant Program and other key school development support systems for the School Development and Support team.

Nicolas Watson

Senior Advisor, Facilities nwatson@calcharters.org 866-411-2272, ext 513 Nicolas leads the Association's facilities policy and advocacy work across the state, including identifying and developing short and long-term facilities options through local school districts, and other local agencies, advocating for state and local facilities funding, and assisting with private facilities options for charter schools.

Joseph Weinstein-Carnes

Manager, Teacher Engagement jweinstein@calcharters.org 916-448-0995, ext 443 Joseph Weinstein-Carnes works to elevate the voice of charter school teachers in policy and political debates in the Bay Area. He is also an employee of CCSA Advocates.

Ebony N. Wheaton

Regional Manager, Los Angeles ewheaton@calcharters.org 213-244-1446, ext 260 As part of the Regional Advocacy team, Ebony leads policy and advocacy efforts to support member schools' interests across Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties in the areas of charter school authorization, growth, renewals, funding equity and facilities advocacy. Ebony works closely with charter operators and local elected officials to maximize the positive impact of charter schools in the region.

Tyler Whitmire

Director, Statewide Organizing twhitmire@calcharters.org (916) 448-0995, ext 334 Tyler sets the vision for, trains the team on and implements the CCSA Families parent organizing model. She manages the Parent Organizing Directors.

Onika Williams

Manager, School Partnership Development 213-244-1446, ext 226 owilliams@calcharters.org Onika develops strategic statewide partnerships with the charter school community, which are aligned with the priorities of the Civic Affairs team. She also manages our "Charter Nation" program.

Judy Wilson

Director, Special Projects, Organizing 866-411-2272, ext 414 jwilson@calcharters.org Judy manages the internal team processes and hiring for the Organizing team.

Nikole Wilson-Ripsom

Events Manager and Research Analyst 213-244-1446 nwilson@calcharters.org Nikole provides administrative support for our web-based and in-person trainings for charter school leaders.

Dominic Zarecki

Senior Analyst, Achievement and Performance Management 866-411-2272, ext 279 dzarecki@calcharters.org Dominic Zarecki is responsible for analyzing and reporting data on CCSA's academic accountability framework. He also conducts relevant and methodologically rigorous analyses to assess and support improved achievement of California charter schools.

Sheila Xiao

GIS Data Analyst 213-244-1446, ext 251 sxiao@calcharters.org Sheila will support the research initiatives and analysis of the APM team while also taking lead on developing the G.I.S. capacity of the team in support of CCSA strategic priorities and cross-team requests.**

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