Gisèle Huff is executive director of the Jaquelin Hume Foundation in San Francisco. Her prior experience includes a decade in business and a teaching career at Golden State University, San Francisco University High School, and Dominican College. While at University High School, she served as the director of development for twelve years. She is president of the Gerald Huff Fund for Humanity. Ms. Huff is the recipient of the Thomas A. Roe Award from State Policy Network. She has served on the boards of several organizations, including as a founding member and chairman of the board of The Learning Accelerator, board member of iNACOL, a member of the advisory board of Education Reimagined, and a member of the advisory board for Harvard University’s Program on Education Policy. Ms. Huff earned a doctorate from the Columbia University School of Arts and Sciences.