Shelby Doyle is vice president of public awareness at the National School Choice Awareness Foundation, where she serves as the organization’s chief spokesperson and oversees the foundation’s efforts to research, develop and promote school navigation resources which more than one million parents access annually.
She has worked in senior-level positions with the National School Choice Week charitable program since 2014. Previously, Shelby worked in editorial and political communications roles. She earned her bachelor’s degree in philosophy and government from Houston Christian University.
Her interest in school choice stems from her family’s experiences in K-12 education, beginning with her mother starting a homeschool co-op in the 90’s and culminating in she and her two sisters graduating from different education options, including a private school, a public magnet school and hybrid homeschooling.
Shelby lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, two dogs and two cats, as a firm believer in the buddy system. Beyond work, she can be found running or biking in Nashville’s Shelby Park, laminating pastry dough, reading and exploring the local music scene.