Meet Edgility’s Newest Search Team Members

Edgility recently welcomed four new members to our recruitment practice. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Hadley Kornacki, Corina Ramos, Celena Jenkins and Emma Chow. Together they bring a tremendous amount of experience, expertise and passion with them to the Edgility team. Read below to learn more about each of them.

Hadley Kornacki 
Connecticut

Hadley is committed to connecting mission-driven talent to teams on which they’ll thrive – all in the name of providing meaningful and equitable opportunities for youth. Hadley’s twenty-year career in the education sector includes experience in full cycle talent recruitment, K-12 and graduate level classroom instruction, and school design and leadership. As the Director of Outreach on Achievement First’s recruitment team, Hadley was responsible for building a diverse multiyear talent pipeline for the charter management organization’s 500+ annual hires. Hadley is an enthusiastic innovator, systems thinker, and collaborator by nature. Her experiences as an Education Pioneers Visiting Fellow and as a member of Achievement First and IDEO’s Greenfield Schools Extended Design Team led Hadley to codesign and lead Steward Outdoor School, the first semester school in the country for middle school students. Hadley earned a BA in Art and Anthropology from Pitzer College and a MA in Teaching from Sierra Nevada College. Hadley spends her free time outside, traveling and adventuring with her family.

Learn more about Hadley.

 

Celena Jenkins 
D.C. Metro Area

Celena believes in the equalizing impact that education can have on historically underfunded communities and is committed to ensuring that the right talent is in place to facilitate growth. Celena was first introduced to the Education field as a senior at the historically black university, Morgan State. After joining Teach for America she taught middle school English for 5 years before leaving the classroom to serve as a recruitment lead for a charter school in DC. First studying psychology as an undergraduate and receiving a M.S. in secondary education at Johns Hopkins University, she loves learning about the stories and backgrounds of other people to help them discover their greatest strengths in order to maximize their career potential. Celena is a Maryland native who enjoys practicing yoga, exploring nature, making vegan meals, and spending time with her cat, Maya Angelou.

Learn more about Celena.

 

 

Corina Ramos 
Washington D.C.

Corina Ramos is so excited to join Edgility and work with a team that puts Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at the forefront of their work. Corina began her career as a classroom educator through Teach for America and relocated to Washington DC. There she was both a middle school and high school educator for five years. Her work at her latest school allowed her to co-lead the Recruitment Team, which sparked her passion for connecting with individuals passionate about educational equity and providing all students with excellent resources. Corina graduated from The College of New Jersey with a BS in Psychology as well as Johns Hopkins University with a Master in Education. In her free time, she loves practicing yoga, watching movies and taking her dog on adventures around Washington, DC.

Learn more about Corina.

 

Emma Chow 
Seattle, WA

Emma is excited to join the Edgility family that is devoted to inclusive and equity conscious organizations. She finds comfort in knowing that Edgility’s mission aligns with her values in selecting diverse leaders that respect differences, foster allyship, and build relationships in DEI communities. Prior to Edgility, Emma’s interest in the education field began in a non-traditional classroom: the swimming pool, where she was a swim instructor and lifeguard in her local community. Emma continued to pursue education after she graduated from the University of Washington Seattle with a BA in Early Childhood and Family Studies and has volunteered in programs such as Operation Smile and MEDLIFE. As a Research Coordinator at Cultivate Learning, Emma assessed caregiver-child interactions from high-risk childcare centers and conducted data collection analysis. She went into medical research at the UW Men and Women’s Health Centers to provide opportunities for those who wish to foster a family of their own. Emma resides in the Pacific Northwest area with her family, but enjoys traveling and experiencing other cultures as well as their cuisines. Her hobbies also include swimming, gaming, and interior design.

Learn more about Emma.