Holly Zanville, Ph.D., served at Lumina Foundation for nearly 15 years. Her most recent work at the foundation focused on a newly emerging work-and-learn ecosystem, including the networks and partnerships, collective action initiatives, and research related to workforce-education alignment, credentialing, and quality assurance.
While at Lumina, Zanville led Lumina’s development of several national initiatives in work related to adult students and non-degree, workforce-relevant credentials, including Connecting Credentials, Credential Engine, and Credit When It’s Due. She also supervised research on how industry certifications were embedded in college programs.
See her updated bio at George Washington University’s Institute of Public Policy