Our Team

Dr. Erin Bogan

Senior Director of Impact and Research

As part of the Equal Opportunity Schools Senior Leadership, Dr. Bogan serves as the Senior Director of Impact and Research. In this role, Dr. Bogan oversees EOS’s Impact and Research Team, where she leads the organization’s research, evaluation and impact measurement and assessment strategy in service to the EOS mission to support equitable learning environments.

Dr. Bogan is passionate about using data for good and leads internal and external projects to support equity-centered, data informed decision making and continuous improvement. A developmental psychologist by training, Dr. Bogan brings over 10 years of deep content expertise and experience working at the nexus of research, practice, and policy.

Prior to joining Equal Opportunity Schools, Dr. Bogan served the Director of Evaluation Research at the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), establishing the organization’s evaluation research infrastructure and data management system. Dr. Bogan also served as a Researcher at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) where she led large-scale evaluations, research projects and strategic partnerships with states and districts, educational programs, and schools. As a Vice Provost Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Bogan was a member of the Penn Child Research Center, and led research partnerships with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Early Head Start, and the School District of Philadelphia.

Dr. Bogan also continues to contribute to the field through research and has received grants and recognition from the American Education Research Association and the Society for Research on Child Development for independent research projects exploring parenting, social emotional learning competencies, and school readiness among Black children and families. Dr. Bogan has earned PhDs in Education and in Psychology from the University of Michigan, a Master’s in Education from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master’s in Psychology from the University Michigan, and a Bachelor’s in Education and in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley.