Prior to joining Transcend, Trevor was the Director of Finance & Accounting at Achievement Network, where he oversaw all aspects of the organization’s financial reporting, budgeting, and accounting. Earlier, he served as the Director of Finance for Hot Bread Kitchen, an innovative non-profit in East Harlem that prepared low-income minority women for professional bakery and food-service careers. His first exposure to working in public education came during his time as an Analyst with TNTP, where he worked with districts and schools to design new compensation and career pathway systems in order to increase recruitment and retention of high-performing teachers. Before making the transition to non-profit finance, Trevor spent eight years in a variety of corporate finance and accounting roles. He started his career as an auditor for Grant Thornton before moving on to M&A transaction advisory at Baker Tilly and then corporate financial planning and analysis for a publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT).
Trevor holds a BS in Business Administration and Masters of Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He lives with his wife and three young daughters in Madison, WI.
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Leaps for Equitable, 21st-Century Learning
Transcend’s Leaps for Equitable, 21st-Century Learning describes the key ways we believe the student experience must change so that schools can prepare all young people to thrive in and transform the world.
Transform Learning with Community-Based Design
Community-based design is a collaborative and local process that brings together young people, educators, administrators, caregivers, and experts to redesign learning. It goes beyond traditional school improvement initiatives by involving the entire community in reshaping the purpose and design of education.