Education and Law (J.D., Widener Law, 1976)
My career has careened between education and law, often combining them. For the last 20 years I've been the executive director of The Princeton Review Foundation, with a mission of doing advocacy on test fairness and affirmative action, and providing admissions test prep information and resources to low-income and URM high school and college students. Recently I have specialized in providing services to Native American students. I've been active in the Fisher I and Fisher II affirmative action cases. A highlight of my career was testifying as an expert witness in the landmark Grutter Supreme Court affirmative action case in 2001.
My chapter, "The SAT: Quantifying the Unfairness Behind the Bubbles" was published in the 2012 book, SAT Wars. I was quoted on unfairness on the SAT in the Nov. 1, 2015 Sunday Education Life section of the N.Y. Times.