Ellen Hur

Vice President


Ellen Hur is a Vice President at Results for America, leading RFA’s early childhood education practice and the What Works Cities initiative’s impact measurement work. Prior to joining Results for America, Ellen was a Vice President at TNTP, a national education non-profit supporting great teaching and learning in schools and classrooms across the country. In that capacity, she led TNTP’s policy work around teacher workforce and school innovation and managed a portfolio of educator preparation and organizational capacity building programs in a number of urban school districts and state education agencies. Ellen has also served as the Chief of Staff for the New Mexico Public Education Department, where she oversaw the state-wide rollout of the agency’s strategic priorities. She started her career as a middle school teacher in Denver, Colorado.

Ellen earned her undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College, an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a Master’s in Education from Stanford University School of Education. She is based in New York City.