Shazia Hashmi serves as a Technical Assistance provider for the national Center to Improve Social & Emotional Learning and School Safety.
Hashmi is also a Program Associate for WestEd’s Resilient and Healthy Schools and Communities program. She translates and applies research on equitable, developmentally appropriate strategies to support state education agencies, district leaders, and educators in serving communities. She currently works with The California Endowment’s School Health Data Team Project to create supportive, engaging learning environments for students using school climate data.
Hashmi started her career providing technical assistance to adult education and digital literacy practitioners for the City of Philadelphia. She has also been a part of research teams at the University of Virginia and North Carolina A&T State University, where she studied the intersections of race, culture, and education. Most recently, she developed and evaluated cradle to career programming in West Baltimore as a Lead Research Analyst for the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work.
Hashmi received an MEd in Applied Developmental Science from the University of Virginia and a BA in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh.
Contact Shazia Hashmi at [email protected].