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Natasha Ushomirsky
State Director of Massachusetts

P-12

  • Public opinion and advocacy
  • College preparation
  • Graduation rate
  • Achievement gap
  • Federal policy
  • State policy
  • District management
  • Academic performance
  • Assessment
  • Educational standards

Natasha Ushomirsky is the state director for Massachusetts at The Education Trust where she builds relationships with and supports a diverse team of Massachusetts advocacy organizations and stakeholders working to increase educational opportunity and achievement among historically underserved students. She previously served as Ed Trust’s national director of P-12 policy, where she led the development of the organization’s policy agenda on issues critical to promoting equity and achievement in the P-12 system, including standards, assessments, accountability, educator quality, and funding fairness. She began her career at Ed Trust as an analyst and focused on using data to better understand the gaps in opportunity and achievement in our education system. Previously, Ushomirsky completed her master’s in education policy and management at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Prior to graduate school, she worked at Abt Associates, a research and consulting firm, where she was involved in a variety of research and analysis projects. She holds a bachelor’s in economics and Spanish language and literature from Brandeis University.