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SOWA’s David Beard to join nationwide fellowship

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David Beard

David Beard

School’s Out Washington’s very own David Beard will be joining fourteen other leaders of the afterschool and expanded learning field as White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellows, a partnership between the Riley Institute at Furman University and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.

Through discussion of actual case studies led by policy change-makers, the Fellowship equips graduates with a real world understanding of the art and science of sound policy-making for afterschool and expanded learning. In the 10-month program, which begins in October, Fellows will study afterschool/expanded learning policy and develop and implement state-level policy projects in partnership with their Statewide Afterschool Networks and the national Afterschool Alliance.

For the children and youth of Washington state, this means David will learn from some of the best minds in expanded learning nationwide, allowing him to be an even better advocate for strong afterschool and summer learning in our state.

David will be joining these other leaders over the next year:

Thomas Azzarella, Director, Alaska Afterschool Network (Anchorage, Alaska)
Melissa Beck, Network Lead, The Civic Canopy (Denver, Colo.)
Susan Gamble, Network Lead, West Virginia Statewide Afterschool Network (Charleston, W.V.)
Ebony Grace, Director, Expanded Learning Opportunities, New Jersey School Age Care Coalition (NJSACC): The Statewide Afterschool Network (Westfield, N.J.)
Darren Grimshaw, Board Member, Iowa Afterschool Alliance (Burlington, Iowa)
Don Kent, Chairman, Net Literacy (Carmel, Ind.)
Dave Knutson, Vice President-Government Affairs & Special Initiatives, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wis.)
Lani Lingo, State Director, Education & Specialized Programs, Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alison Reis-Khanna, Director of Partnerships and Quality Initiatives, Texas Partnership for Out of School Time (TXPOST) (Austin, Texas)
Tammy Shay, Program Coordinator, Maryland Out of School Time (MOST) Network (Baltimore, Md.)
Erik Skold, Associate Director, Sprockets: Saint Paul’s Out-of-School Time Network (St. Paul, Minn.)
Bethany Thramer, Policy & Outreach Coordinator, Oregon Afterschool for Kids, (Eugene, Ore.)
Craig Williams, Teacher, Wyoming Afterschool Alliance (Cheyenne, Wyo.)
Kathryn Johnson, Executive Director, Alternatives, Inc. (Ft. Monroe, Va.)


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