Dan Hinderliter


As a senior policy associate for Advance CTE, Dan works on a number of different projects related to state policy, including supporting project teams for the New Skills ready network, providing state technical assistance, and developing publications and resources for Advance CTE members. Previously, Dan was involved with the updating of the National Career Clusters Framework, supported the Lumina-sponsored Area Technical Centers research project (areatechnicalcenters.org), and led the annual Year in Review and the tracking of state legislation affecting CTE. 
 
Dan originally hails from eastern Pennsylvania. After gaining undergraduate degrees in Middle Grades Education and Communication Studies from West Chester University of Pennsylvania outside Philadelphia, he moved to rural Ohio to facilitate federal grants and run academic enrichment programs for a local school district. Moving back to the East Coast in 2017, Dan received his Masters in Education Policy Studies from the George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Before joining Advance CTE, Dan worked most recently doing career and workforce development advising for undergraduate students.