Brittany Packnett is vice-president (national community alliances) for Teach For America (TFA) in Washington, DC. For four years, she served as executive director for the organization in St. Louis prior to her current position.
Packnett first joined TFA in 2007 as a “corps member” teaching the third grade in Washington, D.C. According to her bio, she served as a director on TFA’s Government Affairs team and as a legislative assistant for Congressman Lacy Clay of Missouri, where she worked on education and family policy issues. She also volunteered as executive director for Dream Girls DMV, a mentoring program for girls.
Vice-President (National Community Alliances) at Teach For America
Areas of Expertise: Education, Educational Equality and Policy, Teaching, Public School System
Location: St. Louis, MO
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Last updated June 2017