Senior Manager, Content & Curriculum Advocacy
Tammy Baumann, PhD, is a senior manager for content and curriculum advocacy, focusing on content quality and alignment initiatives in mathematics. She joined NWEA after being part of the teams at Open Up Resources, Michigan State University, and several local school districts. She brings over 20 years of experience in K–12 education, serving as a teacher, instructional coach, building administrator, and curriculum director. Much of her career has focused on supporting instruction and assessment practices within the math classroom. Tammy has developed product strategy, expanded the portfolio of organizational partnerships, and designed and implemented quality assurance processes. Her experience includes building teams as well as supporting leadership growth. As a consultant, Dr. Baumann has had the opportunity to serve at the local, state, and national levels as a committee member, panelist, or chairman for organizations such as the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the US Department of Education, NAEP, Achieve, and the Pennsylvania Department of Education. She earned a doctorate in curriculum and instruction with a focus on the impact of instructional decisions in the elementary mathematics classroom.