Eva Chiang, Ph.D.

Managing Director, Leadership and Programming
George W. Bush Institute

Eva Chiang serves as the Managing Director of Leadership and Programming for the Bush Institute. In this role she oversees the Bush Institute’s evaluation and research work as well as leadership programming.

Previously, she served as the Director of Evaluation and Research and supported policy work on the School Leadership Initiative. Her research interests include talent management in schools and evaluation methods. She has taught pre-k through college level students, trained teachers, developed curriculum, and designed programs.

Dr. Chiang received her undergraduate degree from Baylor University, her master’s from Texas Woman’s University, her law degree from Texas A&M School of Law, and her doctorate from Southern Methodist University.

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Read the article Creating Opportunity in Education.
Jul 1, 2022

Creating Opportunity in Education

Hosted by: Eva Chiang, Ph.D.

Recent eighth grade graduates will be entering the workforce in 2030. Is your state preparing them appropriately? Governor Bill Haslam, the Sammons Enterprises Fellow at the Bush Institute, and Anne Wicks, the Ann Kimball Johnson Director of Education and Opportunity at the Bush Institute,  discuss how we can support our kids and create opportunities for them.

Read the article Marvel Movies Lesson Plans.
Apr 9, 2020

Marvel Movies Lesson Plans

By: Eva Chiang, Ph.D.
Bush Institute's Eva Chiang, a mom and former educator, created Marvel "lesson" plans to help keep her children engaged and entertained in the afternoon hours.
Read the article Episode 18: Secretary Michael Chertoff.
May 3, 2019

Episode 18: Secretary Michael Chertoff

Hosted by: Andrew Kaufmann, Eva Chiang, Ph.D.

What do companies do with data they collect? Former U.S. Secretary Michael Chertoff answered our questions, including why businesses are interested in your grocery shopping and fitness habits.