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Memphis native Anjelica Hardin Hall currently serves as the Managing Director of Partnerships and Programs for the Tennessee Charter School Center, an organization that provides ongoing, comprehensive support to the state’s growing charter sector, which encompasses 98 schools and serves about 30,000 students. The Center’s mission is to support charter schools and advocate for autonomy, accountability and choice in public education.

Throughout her career, Anjelica has combined her passion for creating bold solutions to alleviate inequities in education with her business acumen. She has served as a program manager with TNTP, a program specialist for Education Pioneers, and co-founded an arts educational nonprofit, COR Music Project.

She became an EP Fellow to increase her impact across the education sector.

  • Program & Project Management

As an EP Fellow with Teach For America (TFA) in Memphis, Anjelica consulted on numerous human capital projects for TFA corps members, including matriculation, onboarding, hiring events, interview preparation, testing, and attrition. In her work she completed a differentiated analysis of corps member data and made recommendations on process improvement and marketing and branding.

Later, Anjelica served as the State Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Achievement School District (ASD) in Tennessee, a state-wide turnaround district with the mission of moving the bottom 5 percent of state schools into the top 25 percent. However, deciding which schools will join the ASD portfolio -- through a process named “conversion” -- is controversial. In her role with ASD, Anjelica tackled the difficult challenge of revamping the process to make it community driven, and empower communities to make decisions around the school model.

For the first time ever, the process was people-focused. Additionally, Anjelica led process changes that resulted in a positive and informative dialogue between community members and representatives from Shelby County and the Achievement School Districts at public community meetings for the first time in four years.

Anjelica was recognized as one of EP’s 10 EPic Alumni in 2016.