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Chief Operating and Finance Officer


Stronger Consulting


Yinnie Tse is the Chief Operating and Finance Officer at Stronger Consulting, a mission-driven education consulting firm specializing in building diverse talent pipelines to grow extraordinary teams and supporting organizations working to ensure equitable opportunities for traditionally underserved children and families. We believe all kids deserve the opportunity to pursue their own version of happiness and prosperity and partner with K-16 school systems and education non-profit organizations to design and achieve remarkable educational experiences for young people. She was the Director of Finance at the Washington Latin Public Charter School, a diverse by design school that teaches all students to become thoughtful people who will contribute to the public good and continue a lifelong quest towards a fuller humanity. Yinnie has served as chief of staff to the Deputy Chancellor of Innovation and Systems Improvement at the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS). In this role, she designed systems, aligned processes, and refined operations to support the district vision that every student feels loved, challenged, and prepared to positively influence society and thrive in life. Previously, Yinnie was director of operations for Learning Together to Advance our Practice (LEAP), DCPS’ initiative to empower teachers to help each other improve their craft. Before joining DCPS, Yinnie worked at The Broad Center as deputy director of The Broad Academy, a two-year fellowship for K-12 school-system leaders. There, she identified candidates with the highest potential to catalyze equity and drive dramatic student gains. She also helped develop program curricula on topics such as user-centric design thinking, change management, and public engagement. Earlier in her career, Yinnie was assistant director of finance at the Brookings Institution and worked as a financial analyst in the equity capital markets at Morgan Stanley. She earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and economics from Wellesley College.

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