Hayley works for the education segment of the Duke Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative. In this role, she helps create new curricular programming in innovation and entrepreneurship across the entire university and researches innovative educational practices and technologies to improve student learning experiences and outcomes.

Prior to joining the Duke Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, Hayley gained significant experience in higher education and learning outcomes as a graduate student at the Fuqua School of Business, where she helped refine the assessment of learning process and participated as a member of the team responsible for the AACSB maintenance of accreditation process for the school’s broad portfolio of degree programs. As a graduate student in Boston, she worked for Eduventures, a research and consulting company in the higher education industry, where she assisted in all phases of research — data collection, survey programming, analysis and deliverable creation — as part of developing reports and recommendations for major college and university clients across the United States.

Hayley holds master’s degrees from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education (Ed.M.) and Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business (MMS) and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Irvine (BS with honors, Chemistry).