Gina Post

Gina Post

Director of Fundraising and Business Development

Gina Post is NACSA’s Director of Fundraising and Business Development. Prior to her work with NACSA, Gina worked for the Maine Charter School Commission for nearly 8 years, serving first as Program Manager, then Chief Program Officer, and finishing her time with MCSC as Interim Executive Director. Gina’s authorizing work focused on leading work through the lifecycle of the charter from the initial application process through the renewal process, with a strong focus on oversight and monitoring as aligned with the performance framework.

Before her work in authorizing, she was an educator and administrator, with experience in the elementary classroom, special education, technology, adult education, and homeschool support.

Gina earned a bachelor’s degree from Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, and a master’s degree in education from Southern New Hampshire University. She also spent a year studying at l’Université d’Angers in France.

Gina lives in Maine. She enjoys reading, doing crossword puzzles, working on her family’s Christmas tree farm, learning new skills, and spending time with her family.

Most Recent Posts
New Charter Schools Need Vetting. But the Process Shouldn’t Shut Good Ones Out
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Continuing Conversations on Multiple Measures
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