Aisha Cooper
Allison Kaczmarski, MPP

Allison Kaczmarski, MPP, is a Program Specialist at edCount, LLC, and provides support to associates and senior staff in the execution of project tasks, research activities, and report production. She supports assessment development projects, including the federal grant program project titled Stackable Instructionally-embedded, Portable Science (SIPS) Assessments.

Ms. Kaczmarski has a passion for improving lives and strengthening communities, which is reflected in her past work experience. As a Political Affairs Intern for The Borgen Project, she advocated, mobilized, and fundraised for the world’s poor. As a Policy Intern for the African Community Learning Program, she conducted research and analyses regarding anti-racist teaching practices and drafted proposals for educational equity among marginalized students. Prior to this, she worked as a Site Coordinator for Reading Partners AmeriCorps, a nonprofit focused on improving reading and literacy for high-risk children. Early in her career she worked as a preschool teacher creating developmentally appropriate curriculum.

Ms. Kaczmarski received a Master of Public Policy degree from American University with a Certificate of Analytics and Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Development and Psychology.