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Todd Huston

Todd Huston

Senior Vice President, State and District Partnerships

Todd plays an invaluable role in the College Board’s mission to meet the needs of K–12 students, educators, and leaders. He directs key aspects of College Board strategy to ensure every student has access to the courses, scholarships, and opportunities that empower them to succeed well in college and beyond. When directing strategies to achieve this, Todd takes many factors into consideration, including, among others, external market trends, policy, and standards.

Since joining the College Board, Todd has led efforts to expand Advanced Placement® courses to all students, no matter their location or school size.  Working with K–12 leaders nationwide, he’s used the SAT Suite of Assessments to give students a chance to show their best work and get better results with tools like Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®. Under Todd’s leadership, the College Board has become an integral partner to schools and districts across the country.

Todd earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Indiana University. Todd is very active in his local community and previously served as a member of both his local school board and the Indiana State Board of Education. He and his wife, Denise, have two children.