Stacy Caldwell is vice president of college readiness assessments at the College Board. Caldwell helped lead the redesign of the College Board’s full suite of assessments, including the SAT and PSAT/NMSQT. In her previous role at the College Board, she was in charge of district and student services, developing products and services to support the college readiness efforts of students and educators in school districts around the country. For nearly a decade and half, Caldwell has dedicated her career to the development and distribution of innovative educational and curriculum-enhancing tools, opening access to students from every background, and advancing the use of technology and psychometrics in instruction and evaluation. Caldwell earned her undergraduate degree at Harvard University and holds both a master’s of business administration and a master’s degree in education from Stanford University.