Kerry McKittrick


Harvard Project on Workforce

Kerry McKittrick is a Co-Director of the Harvard Project on Workforce, an interdisciplinary applied research project between the Harvard Kennedy School's Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, the Harvard Business School’s Managing the Future of Work Project, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In this role, Kerry leads dynamic teams of researchers focused on building more equitable education pathways to economic mobility. Prior to joining the Project on Workforce, Kerry was a senior manager in the Executive Office at Jobs for the Future, where she collaborated closely with the CEO and Chief of Staff to develop and oversee cross-organizational strategic projects and publications. Before that, she served as a Senior Policy Advisor on education, labor, and workforce development policies to Congressman Jim Langevin, co-chair of the bipartisan Career and Technical Education Caucus and champion of Perkins V. Kerry holds a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Brown University and a Master’s degree in education policy and analysis from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she was distinguished as a Leadership in Education Fellow.