VP, College Access for Achieve Atlanta
Korynn Schooley serves as Vice President, College Access for Achieve Atlanta, an organization committed to dramatically increasing Atlanta Public Schools’ college completion rate. Korynn is responsible for the strategy and operations of Achieve Atlanta’s College Access and Scholarship efforts. Korynn previously worked for Fulton County Schools as the district’s first Director of Governance and Flexibility, having first joined the district as a Strategic Data Fellow with Harvard’s Center for Education Policy Research. She has also worked in education policy with the Massachusetts State Legislature and The Schott Foundation. Korynn has a Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and BA degrees in Public Policy and
Women Studies from Duke University.