Technical Assistance Provider and Education Researcher, SRI Education
Hannah Cheever conducts research and provides technical assistance for projects across several content areas and policy contexts. Cheever manages multiple projects, creating systems to ensure high-quality, timely, and relevant services that meet client and stakeholder needs.
Cheever’s current projects include the Regional Educational Laboratory: Appalachia (REL Appalachia), the Postsecondary Teaching with Technology Collaborative (the Collaborative), and the Region 4 Comprehensive Center (R4CC). On REL Appalachia, Cheever serves as deputy lead for the Trauma-Informed Schools partnership in Kentucky. In this role, Cheever designs partnership activities, including training and coaching sessions, and develops materials aligned to stakeholder and partner needs. Cheever serves as the Center Manager for the Collaborative and also supports leadership, capacity-building, and engagement activities. For R4CC, Cheever manages two projects related to district and school leader development for Maryland districts; the capacity-building projects focus on developing both technical and adaptive skills in aspiring leaders, embedding an equity lens throughout the nearly year-long training effort.
Prior to joining SRI, Cheever worked as a policy analyst at the National Center for Education and the Economy and as a data coordinator for Urban Teachers. Cheever holds an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a BA from Davidson College.