redefinED atlanta welcomes Sarah Hall as its new executive assistant

Meet Sarah Hall the New redefinED atlanta Executive Assistant

Sarah Hall, Executive Assistant
redefinED atlanta, an education nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that every student in Atlanta has the opportunity to attend a great public school, is pleased to announce that Sarah Hall has joined the team to serve as its executive assistant. Sarah has nearly a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector. Much of her career has centered on working with youth and families in education based community organizations. Most recently she worked on the administrative and operations team at a nonprofit organization supporting young people experiencing the foster care system. She is excited to join the redefinED atlanta team and return to her passion of supporting education based nonprofits. In her role as the Executive Assistant at redefinED atlanta, Hall will serve as the administrative point of contact for the organization. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from The Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Science in Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University.

Meet the 2022 A.R.I.S.E. Fellows

We are proud to announce the pilot and inaugural cohort of redefinED atlanta’s, Atlanta Reimagining & Innovating for Schools Everywhere (A.R.I.S.E.) Fellowship. A.R.I.S.E. is a nine-month fellowship that aims to grow community power and influence by exploring the levers that drive systemic change for all of Atlanta’s children. 

The A.R.I.S.E. Fellowship was co-designed in collaboration with EdConnect, TeachX, Father’s Incorporated, Goodie Nation and Next Generation Men and Women. With their support, we were able to select 11 individuals who work in industries ranging from education to nonprofit.

Meet this year’s fellows!


Through this fellowship, the cohort will learn about the history of the Atlanta Public Schools (APS) district, explore student achievement trends and identify opportunities to partner with communities to allocate capital to community-driven solutions. Ultimately, graduates of this program will be able to clearly articulate their commitment, goals and role in advocating for positive change in K-12 public education.

By the end of the program, participants will:

  • examine the educational landscape and history
  • explore innovation and opportunities through national/regional/local cases of districts reimagining education
  • understand the levers of change (people & money, political infrastructure, and ideas & narratives)
  • actively engage with stakeholders serving and fighting for children and families in the Atlanta Public Schools district
  • unearth their pathway toward advocacy and impact within K-12 public education
  • join a growing collective of advocates who are informed, engaged, and advocating for children to receive a great K-12 public education


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