Abigail M. Foley is a senior researcher in the Learning Supports program at American Institutes for Research (AIR). Her primary responsibilities include directing and managing projects that offer professional learning on evidence-based practices and programs to education stakeholders nationwide. Foley also works with higher education faculty to promote the use of evidence-based instructional practices in teacher preparation activities. Within AIR, she leads professional learning for staff within her program area and oversees supports for project directors. She has extensive experience designing and delivering professional learning (including workshops, trainings, webinars, professional learning communities, online modules, etc.), managing large projects and budgets, leading teams, and creating research-informed tools and resources. She has expertise in early literacy, multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), evidence-based practices, high-leverage practices (HLPs), professional learning, and project management. Previously, Foley was an elementary special education teacher. She holds a master’s degree from George Mason University and a bachelor’s degree from Bates College.