Nicole Fuller is the Policy Research Associate at the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). Nicole conducts research and supports the public policy and advocacy team to advance opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities.
Prior to joining NCLD, Nicole was a middle school math teacher. She also has worked as a Research Assistant with Transition Tennessee where she developed resources for Vocational Rehabilitation providers, families, and students on Pre-Employment Transition Services for students with disabilities. Additionally, Nicole supported policy research and development for the Tennessee Public Charter School Commission to promote greater funding equity for students with disabilities and English language learners through the Urban Leaders Fellowship.
Nicole holds a B.S. in Education from the University of Maryland and an M.Ed. in International Educational Policy and Management from Vanderbilt University, Peabody College.
Nicole’s other interests include travel, food, and exploring parks.