Isabel Huston
Director, Fellowships, Leadership for Educational Equity
Isabel Huston currently serves as the Director, Fellowships for Leadership for Educational Equity where she runs a national leadership development program for early career educators interested in transitioning to policy and advocacy work. Over the past four years, she has provided over 600 educators access to local policy and advocacy leadership opportunities. Isabel has also served as a Facilitator for the New Politics Leadership Academy, where she guided Americorps and Military alumni to find their place in civic life. She worked with 50CAN to launch multiple new state-level education advocacy organizations and launch a new advocacy training program. Isabel holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Sociology from Wesleyan University and a Master of Public Policy from George Washington University. In addition to her professional work in civic leadership, she is a published writer, with a debut chapter book of poems published at the Finishing Line Press in 2020. When not working or writing, she is a member of the Washington Wolves, DC’s only women’s ice hockey club.