Kaycee is the postsecondary success lead on the Impact Team. In this role, she supports college and career leads in the CSGF portfolio by designing new learning experiences, identifies postsecondary success ideas that scale what works, and invests in innovative pilots and programs.
Prior to joining the team, Kaycee was the director of external impact at KIPP Foundation where she launched and led a program centered on sharing KIPP’s college match strategy with traditional public school districts. Kaycee has also served as a district-level postsecondary coach at the NYC Department of Education, founding assistant principal at Dream Charter High School where she developed school culture and early college readiness programming, and director of college and alumni programs at Harlem Village Academies. Kaycee started her career in education as a classroom teacher. She taught for five years and is an alumnae of Teach For America-Houston.
Kaycee earned a doctoral degree from Johns Hopkins University and her dissertation topic focused on early college access opportunities for high school students from underrepresented backgrounds. She also holds an MEd from Hunter College, and she earned her BS from Florida State University.