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White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellows 2017-18
October 8-13, 2017
 

Sixteen leaders in the field of afterschool and expanded learning nationwide have been selected as White-Riley-Peterson (WRP) Policy Fellows as part of a partnership between the Riley Institute at Furman University and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.

The new class of WRP Policy Fellows brings the total number of program participants to 91 since the initiative was launched in 2012.

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.

The WRP Policy Fellowship is named for William S. White, Chairman and CEO of the C.S. Mott Foundation; Richard W. Riley, former South Carolina Governor and U.S. Secretary of Education under President Clinton; and Dr. Terry Peterson, National Board Chair with the Afterschool Alliance, Director, Afterschool and Community Learning Network, and senior fellow at the Riley Institute.

The 2017-18 WRP Policy Fellows are:

Yolande' Anderson, Director of the Office of Family and Community Engagement, South Carolina Department of Education (Columbia, S.C.)
Mercadi Crawford, Deputy Director, Texas Partnership for Out of School Time (Austin, Texas)
Mallory Deprey, School Age Program Coordinator, YWCA of New Britain (New Britain, Conn.)
Andrew Ganucheau, Network Lead, Louisiana Center for Afterschool Learning (Baton Rouge, La.)
Angelique Jessup, Program Director, Baltimore Campaign for Grade Level Reading, Fund for Educational Excellence (Baltimore, Md.)
Steve Mielenhausen, Principal, Davenport Community Schools (Davenport, Iowa)
Becky Mueller, Network Lead, North Dakota Afterschool Network (Fargo, N.D.)
Jenna Pak, Program Specialist, A+ Program, Community Engagement Office, Hawaii State Department of Education (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Amy Pichette, Director of Afterschool and Summer Programming, LearningWorks (Portland, Maine)
Michelle Radford, School Age Specialist, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (Atlanta, Ga.)
Aleah Rosario, Director of Capacity Building Programs, California School Age Consortium (Berkeley, Calif.)
May Sagbakken, Executive Director, New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Eric Shaw, Development and Communication Specialist, Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership (Boston, Mass.)
Felicia Simpson, Contract and Grants Administrator, University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
Brent Wake, Executive Director, Indiana State Alliance of YMCAs (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Renea Wood, Program Development Director, YMCA of Klamath Falls (Klamath Falls, Ore.)

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