Sarah Detweiler is the Data Analyst at the Foundation for Tacoma Students. In this role, Sarah supports the data needs of Graduate Tacoma’s Collective Action Networks, building tools that allow for continuous improvement and strategic planning. She also manages the Foundation’s data dashboard and provides data support in various projects as needs arise. Prior to joining the team, Sarah worked in a number of education non-profits. Highlights include serving an AmeriCorps term with a college access program in Southern California and spending two years working at Room to Read, a non-profit that works in government schools in Asia and Africa to improve outcomes in literacy and girls’ education. She received her Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University and her Undergraduate Degree from UCLA.
Apprenticeships are an important pathway for Tacoma youth to family sustaining wages, but there has not always been equitable access to these pathways. Join us for a conversation about how to make sure apprenticeships are more widely available to all youth in the decade ahead.