Bronwyn brings a passion for education to Whiteboard's advocacy and outreach team. Most recently, she worked for a local non-profit, conducting research for an evaluation of violence and bullying prevention in the D.C. public and charter schools. Prior to moving to Washington, Bronwyn provided academic and social skills support to children on the autism spectrum in her hometown, Brookline, Massachusetts.
A graduate of Bates College, she holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology, with minors in Educational Studies and French. During her four years in Lewiston, Maine, Bronwyn served as a teaching assistant in the public elementary schools and prepared adults for job interviews and citizenship exams at Maine Immigrant Refugee Services. She also taught an English class in an elementary school in France during her semester abroad.