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Constance Jones Brewer became the president of the Noble Network of Charter Schools in January 2018. Noble serves over 12,000 high school students from under-resourced communities at 17 campuses in Chicago, and has been nationally recognized for its student performance and college success. Previously, as Noble's chief external affairs officer, Constance led the team responsible for securing the necessary freedoms, funding, facilities and other resources to provide a high quality public education for Noble students. Prior to Noble, Constance was with KIPP Foundation for six years, most recently as the national development director, and held leadership positions in champion-building, fundraising, board relations, and leadership development. Before her career in education, Constance held sales and operations roles for Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Johnson & Johnson. Constance is a 2016-17 Leadership Greater Chicago fellow and 2014-15 IMPACT Leadership Development fellow who was recognized by WVON, Ariel Investments, The Urban Business Roundtable and BMO Harris as a 2016-17 40 Under 40 Game Changer in Chicago. She enjoys serving as co-chair of the Congo Square Theatre Company and audit committee chair of the Woodlawn Children?s Promise Community boards. Constance received a MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in business administration from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Constance is the founder of The Shelton Maurice Jones First Generation Scholarship Fund. Named in honor of her late father, the fund is an endowed scholarship for first generation mathematics majors at North Carolina Central University, located in her hometown of Durham, North Carolina. She is a Fellow of the 19th class of the Pahara-Aspen Education Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.