Jennifer Briones is the Project Manager for Credential Engine where she manages state and regional scale-up projects, explores expansion opportunities, and supports program and partnership development.
Before joining Credential Engine, she was a Policy and Advocacy Associate at the Data Quality Campaign (DQC)–a nonprofit organization that works to ensure students, parents, educators, and policymakers have the right information to make decisions. In this capacity, Jennifer executed research, writing, and outreach projects on issues related to education data policy and use, including data governance and data literacy. She also previously worked as a consultant for Hope Street Group where she focused on connecting teacher leaders with policymakers through national and state-level teacher fellowship programs.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s degree from Loyola University Maryland in Political Science and Writing and a Master of Public Policy degree from the George Washington University, where she co-founded the Women’s Leadership Fellows program.