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Haley is passionate about education policy and achieving equity. Don't be intimidated by her last name: it's pronounced just how it looks (kay-saw-knee).
Did you know that IPAs staff members are just as varied and interesting as our many areas of expertise? On #MeetUsMondays, well feature a different member of our team each week in the hopes that you can get to know us better.
Lets meet Haley Qaissaunee (MPA '17). We asked Haley five questions, read on for her responses:
I am a Policy Specialist II at IPA, but beyond my title I have been passionate about education policy since my freshman year of college at UD and it has to led me to my career in, luckily, education policy. My interest in education policy has also opened my eyes to the concept and the need to achieve equity and how equity should be at the core of all decision making, in the education system and all other systems. On a personal note, I also love cats!
I staff the Redding Consortium for Educational Equity, which is a stakeholder group that recommends policies and practices to the Governor and Delaware General Assembly that will achieve educational equity and improve educational outcomes for all Pre-K to grade twelve students in the City of Wilmington and northern New Castle County Delaware.
I am currently writing this from my couch after facilitating a night meeting for the Consortium. I typically switch between doing work at my desk and my couch. Moving around helps me stay focused and comfort is paramount.
I like that I continually get to research and learn and hopefully effect change. I like that I get to write, edit, and do graphic design because in addition to being a public policy major, I was also an English major and English is my first and equally as true love.
When Im not working Im watching a show on a streaming service (Parks and Rec, Bobs Burgers, etc.) Ive also been reading a lot more during quarantine, I love murder mysteries and books about the supernatural. I am an avid listener of podcasts. And Ive also been doing yoga regularly doing quarantine, which I plan to keep up with. Namaste.
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