Edward Hui is a Senior Program Officer at the Walton Family Foundation, leading the innovation strategy and grantmaking for the K-12 Education program. He has spent the past twenty years working in and consulting with school districts, charter management organizations, education nonprofits, and foundations to turn their ideas into sustainable policies, processes, and programs.
Edward has served in senior management roles in Newark Public Schools, Teach for America, City Year, and the New York City Department of Education, leading work ranging from financial strategy, educational technology, school turnaround, and school choice.
He began his career teaching fourth grade in Lynwood, California. Edward holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown, a master’s in elementary education from Loyola Marymount, and an MBA from Yale.