Izaak began his career as a middle school teacher in The Bronx, New York, where he taught fifth and sixth-grade English language arts and social studies. His current work covers educator hiring and evaluation, as well as harassment, discrimination, and misconduct investigations. He also advises school districts on student services and other policy matters.
Previously, Izaak served as Chief of Staff for the Office of Teacher Recruitment and Quality in the nation’s largest school district, the New York City Department of Education. For nearly a decade he managed and oversaw policies and programs focused on access to high-quality educators. His experience also includes an internship with the National Labor Relations Board’s Region 22 in Newark, New Jersey.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D., magna cum laude (2021); Associate Managing Editor, Brooklyn Law Review
Fordham University Graduate School of Education, M.S. in Teaching (2010)
Wesleyan University B.A., with Honors from the College of Social Studies (2008)