Mallory Berger, M.S.Ed.
Mallory approaches her work at Partners with a deep passion for closing the achievement gap. She began her commitment to educational equity while working for the World in Conversation Project. During her time there, Mallory facilitated Race Relations dialogues among college students. Her in depth conversations with our future leaders motivated her to join Teach for America, as part of the 2011 Baltimore Corps, to become part of the solution starting with the youngest citizens. She spent four years teaching in Baltimore City Public Schools at City Springs Elementary/Middle School. The belief in the importance of making an impact on the whole community brought Mallory to serve on the junior board at Port Discovery Children’s Museum, focusing on raising money for access to Baltimore’s underserved communities. Mallory earned her B.A. from The Pennsylvania State University in Public Relations. She also attended Johns Hopkins University where she earned her M.S. in Urban Education and graduate degree in Administration and School Leadership. In her free time, you can find Mallory exploring the city’s food scene, cheering on Penn State football and playing with her dog, Boh.
“Everyone has the power for greatness, not for fame but greatness, because greatness is determined by service” – Martin Luther King, Jr.