Noble Network employees were recently featured in Crain’s Chicago Business “People on the Move”.

Check out their features below :

Robyn-Ashley Taylor

Robyn-Ashley Taylor

General Counsel

Robyn-Ashley Taylor has been named general counsel of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. Taylor joins Noble after several years as a member of Jones Day’s labor and employment practice, working on numerous federal, state and local cases, plus routinely providing pro bono legal services for individuals seeking asylum, social security benefits, and the resolution of constitutional violations. Taylor has a law degree from Harvard Law School following her degree from Duke University.

Check out Robyn’s feature on Crain’s.

Tressie McDonough

Tressie McDonough

Managing Director of Schools

Tressie McDonough has been named managing director of schools for the Noble Network of Charter Schools, overseeing seven of Noble’s campuses. McDonough has served Noble for 14 years in a variety of roles, including teacher, assistant principal and principal. She started her career in education with Teach for America after graduating from the University of Illinois with a degree in Mathematics and eventually a Master of Arts in Organization and Leadership from Columbia University.

Check out Tressie’s feature on Crain’s.

Brenda Cora

Brenda Cora

Managing Director of Schools

Brenda Cora began as a student at Noble Street College Prep where she graduated at the top of her class in 2003, and now has been appointed to serve as Noble’s managing director of schools, overseeing seven high school campuses. She began her career at Noble’s Rowe-Clark Math & Science Academy where she eventually served as principal for six years. Cora earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a concentration in Gender and Women’s Studies at Grinnell College.

Check out Brenda’s feature on Crain’s.

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