Power works in the K-12 Education policy area as both a resource manager and research associate. As a resource manager, Power develops, maintains, and monitors work plans, expenditures, and budgets for projects; communicates with partners and funders; and supports the development of new projects. Power also supports project management and qualitative research efforts on various projects, including the study of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavior, YouthForce NOLA, and the Robert Wood Johnson Social-Emotional Learning Briefs project. Power’s research work includes conducting site visit interviews, coding and analyzing qualitative data, and working directly with sites and partners. Power holds a BA in psychology, linguistics, and Italian from Emory University.