Felice Trirogoff is a communications specialist at American Institutes for Research (AIR), where her primary responsibilities include reviewing, editing, proofreading, and writing deliverables and public information materials. She works closely with Texas Comprehensive Center staff on projects such as the District Turnaround Leadership Initiative, Texas Reward School Case Studies, Educator Evaluation and Support Systems, and the Texas Equity Plan.
Trirogoff reviews and edits content for projects in compliance with style guidelines and branding principles. She also has experience with refugee resettlement, public health, youth development and supportive learning environments and workforce management. Her previous work experience includes creating and distributing compelling and persuasive communications content for Stand for Children – Texas as the marketing and communications director as well as planning, coordinating, and executing educator conferences for the Texas Education Agency. In both positions, she developed and executed social media campaigns to support the organization’s efforts.
She is a former high school English teacher with the School District of Philadelphia through the Teach for America program. Trirogoff holds a B.S. in public relations and an M.A. in advertising from the University of Texas at Austin. She also has a master’s degree in public affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.