Jeanette Carneglia is now managing director at Teach for America, the national corps of outstanding top college graduates, graduate students, and professionals who commit two years to teach in low-income urban and rural public schools and become lifelong leaders in expanding educational opportunity for all. In her role, she develops strategy for cultivating and stewarding national donors as well as coaching seven local development directors on individual giving strategy.
Prior to her work at Teach for America, Carneglia spent three years at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), an international education non-profit that inspires young people to recognize opportunity and plan for successful futures through entrepreneurship education programs. While at NFTE, Carneglia focused on stewarding relationships with NFTE’s top institutional donors and lead the launch of NFTE programs in St. Louis with founding sponsor MasterCard Worldwide.
Carneglia graduated from the Maxwell School in 2006 with a bachelor of arts in political science and policy studies.