Vice President, Solutions and Early Childhood
Ellen Hur is the Vice President for Solutions and Early Childhood 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.