Brianna Moore-Trieu, Ph D. is a Program Lead at the University of California, Office of the President. Her career spans more than a decade, using research to identify meaningful educational practices, policies, and partnerships. Her positions include Director of Institutional Research at California College of the Arts, Director of Policy Research for the New York City Department of Education and Assistant Director of Psychometrics for the Professional Testing Corporation. She served on the Board of Directors for the California Association for Institutional Research (CAIR) and as President in 2018, on the Board of Trustees for Westcliff University, as an Advisory Board member for the Center for Art and Public Life, and on the University of California President’s Council on the Status of Women. She holds a Ph D. in Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a M.A. in Educational Psychology and B.A. in Sociology from New York University. She enjoys presenting at conferences on the value of a college degree and the use of accountability metrics in education. In 2019, she was co-awarded CAIR Best Presentation for storytelling with data. Her passion for improving public education stems from growing up in the heart of Washington, DC and learning first-hand how public education can benefit some and not others.