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Brooke Barrett

Founding Partner

Based on her extensive experience living and working in urban centers as far afield as Belfast and Sydney and domestically in Austin, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Newark, New York, and Washington, DC–among others— Brooke developed an interest and expertise in the intersection between education and community development. She has experience working with government, non-profit, and private entities and looks forward to continuing to find ways to develop partnerships among the three to benefit students and communities.
She founded Edutelligentsia because the demand for talent, analytics, strategic support and partnerships in the education sector at multiple levels and entry points wasn’t being met for many of the organizations and individuals she was working with, in her previous roles. When she’s not working with amazing partners to build a thriving education ecosystem, she’s out seeking good live music in small venues, hiking with (or chasing down) her dog, Scout, or SCUBA diving someplace warm.

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Marianne Bellotti

Consultant

Marianne Bellotti started writing code at age thirteen. Since then she’s come to specialize in data infrastructure, using her background in anthropology and experience working in the public sector to take the lead on several large open data projects. She is currently serving as the CTO of Exversion, which makes data fluid so that it can move between applications, reshape itself into different schemas, and account for itself.

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Johanna Contreras

Consultant

Johanna’s years of experience in community development have ranged from public park revitalization in East St. Louis, to program evaluation in Washington, and financial literacy education in New York City. She obtained a master’s degree in urban policy, focusing on Community Development Finance to become better equipped in the fight for more economically empowered residents and equitably resourced communities. Johanna is currently building her knowledge about urban governance and public schools as a Senior Analyst on the New York City Education Task Force. In her spare time she hunts for rent-controlled apartments.

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Sarah Fajardo

Consultant

After working for several years in the criminal justice policy field in law firms and at research institutes in New York, Sarah decided to broaden her policy analysis experience at the Milano School for International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at The New School University. There, Sarah honed her analytic, budget, management, and research skills. Since, she has assisted non-profit organizations and government agencies as a policy consultant on a range of projects and issues, currently serving as the Policy Manager for the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families.

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