Bruce Reed

Broad Education Foundation

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President of the Broad Education Foundation, a Los Angeles-based philanthropy that works to improve urban public schools; former assistant to President Barack Obama and Chief-of-Staff to Vice President Joe Biden; former domestic policy advisor to then-President Clinton; former president of the Democratic Leadership Council and co-author of The Plan: Big Ideas for America

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