My road in life has been direct.
I started working with kids at a summer camp when I was in high school.
I knew early on that I wanted to do mission-based work within the social justice sector.
I went to Hampshire College and studied comparative social change: theory and practice, which essentially focuses on how to create change.
During my junior and senior year of college, I worked with young people involved in the juvenile justice system—when I graduated, the same company hired me on full-time as a case manager.
From there, I built my career in workforce development.
For the past decade, I had been working at STRIVE, a workforce development organization, where I gained national experience.
In April of 2022, I was recruited by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to serve in my current position as the managing director of national workforce readiness.
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High School
Comparative Social Change
Hampshire College
Nonprofit Management and Social Work
New York University


Managing Director, National Workforce Readiness

I develop and implement a workforce readiness strategy to advance youth workforce outcomes.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Non-Profit Organizations
Working with Others

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

If you know you want to go into a career like this, a degree in sociology, human services, psychology, social work, or nonprofit management would all work.