Heather Naviasky

Program Associate,
Center for Family, School, and Community

202-822-8405 x 111

Heather Naviasky is the Program Associate for the Center for Family, School, and Community at the Institute for Educational Leadership. In this capacity she oversees the logistical work of the Coalition for Community Schools as well as the events, including the National Forum and Advocacy Day. Additional responsibilities include financial assistance for the central office.

Heather also coordinates the District Leaders Network on Family and Community Engagement (FCE). Now consisting of over 50 districts, this peer network brings together district leaders from across the country and provides the most up-to-date resources, pro­fessional development, and best practices to ultimately improve student achievement.

Naviasky graduated from The George Washington University with a degree in Political Science and a focus in Public Policy. Prior to joining IEL, she worked at the First Federal Congress Project as a research assistant, conducting primary research on Washington's papers and providing logistical support for the organization. Naviasky is also a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

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