Moneyball All-Stars - Moneyball for Government

By investing limited taxpayer dollars in programs that work, we can improve outcomes for children, their families and communities across the country.

Bipartisan leaders from the public and private sectors have joined our All-Star lineup to tell government at all levels that it’s time to play Moneyball:

  • Robert H. Meyer

    President and CEO, Education Analytics Inc. and Research Professor, La Follette School of Public Affairs

  • Bruce Meyer

    Commissioner, Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking

  • Rick Miller

    Executive Director, ARCHES

  • Chris Minnich

    Executive Director, Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)

  • Jamie Moon

    President, Institute for Child Success Inc.

  • Mario Morino

    Founding Chairman, Venture Philanthropy Partners; Chairman, Morino Institute

  • Cristine Nardi

    Executive Director, Center for Nonprofit Excellence

  • Ed Murray

    Mayor of Seattle

  • Linda Noonan

    Executive Director, Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education

  • Michelle Nunn

    President and CEO, CARE USA

  • John A. Nunnery

    Executive Director, Center for Educational Partnerships, College of Education, Old Dominion University

  • David Olds, PhD

    Founder, Nurse Family Partnership

  • Jim Nussle

    Former Director, Office of Management and Budget, President George W. Bush; Former Chairman, U.S. House Budget Committee; Former Member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-IA)

  • Michael Nutter

    Former Mayor of Philadelphia

  • George Overholser

    CEO & Co-Founder, Third Sector Capital Partners

  • Peter Orszag

    Former Director, Office of Management and Budget, President Barack Obama; Former Director, Congressional Budget Office

  • Kathy Park

    CEO, National Council on Crime and Delinquency

  • Steve Patrick

    Executive Director, Aspen Forum for Community Solutions

  • Judy Peppler

    President & CEO, Knowledge Works

  • Henry Paulson

    Former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Department (G. W. Bush)