Jordan Horowitz, vice president of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC), is responsible for developing and managing new initiatives in educational collaboration, data use and student success. He is a co-author of Creating A Data-Informed Culture In Community Colleges, published by Harvard Education Press.
He has extensive experience in applied research methods, program evaluation, educational partnerships and comprehensive school reform. He has written extensively on issues facing education stakeholders and is a frequent presenter on evaluation-related topics and intersegmental educational partnerships.
He transitioned to IEBC after serving as senior director for special projects for the California Partnership for Achieving Student Success (Cal-PASS). Prior to Cal-PASS, he was a senior project director in evaluation research at WestEd where he directed evaluations of numerous local, state and federal programs.
Horowitz earned his bachelor’s degree in human development and public policy, his master’s degree in counseling psychology from Northwestern University, and a master’s degree in applied social psychology from Claremont Graduate School.