Carrie Moy

Program Manager

Carrie creates and manages systems that support the success of various projects and partnerships with the ASSISTments Foundation. She has a Master's in Education and over a decade of experience in the classroom. Carrie worked closely with the ASSISTments Foundation before entering into this official role. She was an ASSISTments Certified Teacher, ASSISTments Ambassador, and participant in various TFRF opportunities. During her free time, Carrie likes to camp in state parks, spend time with her pups, and plan her next bucket list adventure. She has already crossed off trapeze flying, skydiving, and solo traveling in Costa Rica.

I will continuously advocate for students and believe that by helping ASSISTments grow, together, we can help move math education forward for students; while keeping teachers in the drivers seat.
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