Kyle Kate Dudley is an Evolutionary Learning Associate at CPRL, where she supports education sector leaders on strategy and policy and manages graduate student teams to facilitate their leadership development. Her clients have included large urban school systems, advocacy and legal organizations, and school boards. Kyle Kate has experience with developing project management structures, strategic visioning for complex policy and change management efforts, legal and social science research, and post-litigation support for change management strategies. Her expertise includes community engagement, partnering with disenfranchised families and individuals, literacy, and accessibility for students with disabilities. Prior to joining CPRL, Kyle Kate was the Assistant Director for Accessible Education at Berkeley Law, supporting law students with disabilities and developing accommodations policies. As an attorney, she worked in civil legal aid, art and media law, and education law. As a law school student, Kyle Kate worked as an advocate for systems-involved youth, in disability rights, and at the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. Before her career in law, Kyle Kate worked in education non-profits, was a teacher, and managed a youth conservatory theater. She is a member of the board of directors of the Berkeley Law Foundation. Kyle Kate earned her J.D. from the University of California Davis School of Law and her B.F.A. from New York University.