Arielle Hinds

Stay Updated With The Latest News

NACSA is committed to sharing regular updates on the latest federal COVID-19 information available in an effort to highlight education policies taking place during the pandemic. Primarily, these updates will focus on the latest packages Congress is considering and guidance from the U.S. Department of Education.

Arielle Hinds creates systems that keep NACSA’s Chicago office running efficiently and effectively. She is the point person for all things related to the office and is responsible for its day-to-day operations.

Before NACSA, Arielle worked as an executive assistant at Petros Estate & Retirement Planning and Woman’s Worth, two financial planning companies in Jacksonville, FL. She was also actively recruited for a management position at a startup doughnut shop, where she exercised her love of customer experience and doughnut tasting.

Arielle earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a focus in management from the University of North Florida.

She recognizes an excellent education is something many are privileged to receive, but not everyone has that same privilege. Arielle is inspired by NACSA’s mission to address this issue head-on and is excited at the opportunity to change the lives of millions of children through quality and accessibility.

In her free time, Arielle enjoys exploring the city, discovering new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.


Most Recent Posts
Wyoming Gets a New Authorizer Is the Headline, But There’s More to the Story
Last month we touched on a Wyoming bill, SF130, which created a new authorizing pathway in the state. But there is more to the bill that deserves to be highlighted: through a comprehensive overhaul, SF130...
Amid Change, Our Autonomy and Community Are Our Strength
This blog post was written by Dr. Sana Shaikh, who served until this spring as Director of School Operations at Rise Prep High School, an autonomous school in Springfield, Massachusetts. Rise...
One of Our “COVID Keepers”: Putting Communities First in Public Charter Schools
This blog post was written by Joanna Hightower and Shira Woolf Cohen, Founding Partners, Innovageous.  In March 2020, brick and mortar public charter schools were suddenly forced to operate as virtual...