Betsy Super

Betsy Super oversees operational activities and the integration of the Center’s work across the Partnership. Previously, Betsy worked in nonprofits and at universities, including on programs connecting public servants and the public with relevant social science research. She has been interested in how public service can improve people’s lives since learning about how her grandfather, trained as a psychologist, served in the Army Air Corp to support pilots’ reintegration into civilian life at the end of World War II. In addition to her brother, Betsy’s favorite public servants are John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, who together created the model for the transition of power between outgoing and incoming administrations over 200 years ago.