Kevin Crouch is a Program Fellow in Education at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. He supports the monitoring and evaluation of grantees across the Deeper Learning and Open Educational Resources strategies. He also manages a portfolio of Deeper Learning grantees in the program’s recently launched diversity, equity and inclusion organizational effectiveness pilot project. These organizational effectiveness grants support work to deepen awareness, knowledge, skill and capacity about educational equity.
Before joining the foundation, Kevin worked as a fellow with the XQ Institute, supporting the development of new models of learning with the Super School Project. He also worked for the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office as a site coordinator with its Gang Reduction and Youth Development initiative, directing programming in Watts, California. Prior to that, he served as an AmeriCorps member with City Year, providing academic intervention and socioemotional instruction to fourth grade students in South Los Angeles.
Kevin has a bachelor’s degree in education, Spanish and applied linguistics from Washington University in St. Louis, and a master’s degree in policy, organization and leadership studies from Stanford University. He is a California native with a passion for cooking, comic books and the outdoors.