Halle joined Tyton Partners in June 2021 as an analyst in the strategy consulting practice.
Prior to joining Tyton Partners, Halle co-founded and led the Educational Opportunities for Success (EOS) Mentoring Program at Williams College, which unites college students with local high school students attending an alternative learning facility. After volunteering at the Berkshire House of Corrections as a math and writing tutor, Halle continued her work in education as an Advising Fellow in Matriculate and President of the Williams College QuestBridge chapter. These experiences motivated Halle’s time as a Sentinels Public Policy Fellow in 2020, when she conducted research on the health and economic outcomes associated with childhood trauma, as well as best practices of trauma-informed education.
Halle graduated cum laude from Williams College, where she earned a B.A. in Economics with concentrations in Africana Studies and Public Health, and she was awarded the annual Muhammad Kenyatta ’66 Community Service Prize.