Always having had a passion for improving the quality of public education, Corin Collier found a home with The SEED Foundation. As a data analyst, Corin assists with evaluating information and performance data from SEED schools and applies this knowledge in areas aimed at improving school support for overall programs and practices. Upon receiving her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Corin worked as a records auditor in higher education and volunteered as a middle school tutor in her hometown, Chicago. Recognizing the opportunity for an improved skill set, she traveled south to earn her M.Ed from the University of Georgia. During her time in Georgia, she worked as a Research Assistant for a state charter school agency. In her spare time, Corin enjoys scrap booking, weekend getaways, and experimenting with vegetarian cuisine.