Message from The Broad Residency's Managing Director: Lynn Liao
It's easy to spot the exciting changes marked by the launch of our newest cohort of Broad Residents this summer. Following a banner recruitment season attracting interest from almost 2,800 candidates, the Class of 2009-11 is our biggest yet at 36 Residents. This is more than triple the size of our first class six years ago. In addition, Residents are concentrated in partner organizations tackling ambitious agendas to transform their academic results, organizations such as D.C. Public Schools, Denver Public Schools, Detroit Public Schools, and New Schools for New Orleans. Perhaps most notably, in order to support Secretary Arne Duncan and his team's historic effort to reshape federal policy we have placed three members of this class with the U.S. Department of Education.
Parker Hudnut, Broad Residency Class of 2005-2007, was recently named Executive Director, Innovation and Charter Division for Los Angeles Unified School District. He will oversee the process of opening 50 new schools and turning around 200 low-performing schools. Hudnut previously served as Chief Operating Officer at the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools