Nadia is an Administrative Associate at the Center for Education Policy Analysis. She is the IES fellowship coordinator and supports sean reardon, Eric Bettinger and Dan McFarland. Prior to coming to CEPA, Nadia was the Program Assistant for the Biodesign Program at Stanford School of Medicine. She received her B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Amy Domingo is the Operations Manager at the Center for Education Policy Analysis. Most recently, she served as the Program Coordinator at Stanford Graduate School of Business supporting Stanford Ignite, a global innovation and entrepreneurship program. Prior to Stanford, Amy worked in private industry as a marketing professional at Yahoo!, Hitachi America, Ltd., and at a technology startup. She received her B.S. in Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Ieshia is an Administrative Associate at the Center for Education Policy Analysis. She is the CEPA administrator and supports Susanna Loeb, Michelle Reininger and Tom Dee. Prior to coming to CEPA, Ieshia was the HR/Payroll Administrator for the Dean’s Office at School of Engineering.
Hiep is the Webmaster for Center for Education Policy and Analysis (CEPA). He's responsible for the implementation, development and maintenance of CEPA websites and servers. He also advises and provides support to CEPA faculty and staff on Information Technology. Prior to coming to CEPA, Hiep was the Computer Information Systems Analyst and the main contributor of database design and implementation, network administration, web design and implementation, and desktop support to faculty and staff of Stanford Neurosurgery, Neurology and Institute for Neuro-Innovation & Translational Neurosciences of School of Medicine.
Krishna Mamidibathula is the Finance Manager at the Center for Education Policy Analysis. He completed his Master’s in Media Management from Syracuse University. Prior to coming to Stanford, he was the Senior Accountant with the Institute for creative technologies at University of Southern California.