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Emily Silberstein

Vice President of Regions

Emily comes to Teach Plus from TNTP, where she was a Partner in the Performance Management group. At TNTP, Emily led the development of innovative teacher career pathways and compensation systems by partnering with districts, states, and charter networks. She engaged directly with clients to create customized systems in consulting engagements across the country. Emily also led the research team in the development and publication of TNTP’s July 2014 study, Shortchanged: The Hidden Costs of Lockstep Teacher Pay. Previously, as a Partner in TNTP’s New Teacher Effectiveness group, Emily directed strategy, site support, and service delivery related to recruitment, selection, and staffing for TNTP’s Teaching Fellows programs. She joined TNTP in 2008 as a Site Manager for the Prince George’s County Teaching Fellows program.
Prior to TNTP, Emily managed the operations of an online learning community program and state coalition network for the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF). In her capacity as a Program Manager, she worked closely with state education leaders, district personnel, and university faculty.
Emily began her career at the Center for Inspired Teaching. She has extensive experience in strategy development, teacher training, and staff management. She holds B.A. in Anthropology from the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. Emily is located in the DC/MD area.