K-12 PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER
Donnalie Wilson is the K-12 partnerships manager for the Pulitzer Center’s education team. She manages several programs including the 1619 Educator Network. Wilson comes to the center after years of serving as a teacher development manager for Arkansas Teacher Corps. In that role she facilitated professional development for and provided instructional coaching to new teachers in the areas of academic content, emotional resilience, and DEI. Prior to instructional coaching, Wilson taught 10th grade English in the Arkansas Delta. She is an alumni of both Teach for America Alumni and Jumpstart.
Wilson has a Masters in Educational Technology from University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and two Bachelors degrees in Psychology and Creative Writing from Columbia University in New York. Her background and experience in “people work” fuels her personal creative ventures as a writer and instructional designer. She is passionate about any work that is creative, purposeful, and committed to the pursuit of equity.