Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders | Malarie Grace
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Malarie Grace
Project Coordinator

As Project Coordinator, Malarie manages the Teacher-Leader Collaborative Grants Program, which seeks to improve the retention of effective teachers by providing them leadership opportunities and resources to pursue projects that improve student outcomes at their schools.

Prior to joining School Leaders, Malarie was a School Partnerships Coordinator for the Southeast Philadelphia Collaborative, where she managed, coordinated, and tracked existing school partnerships and developed new partnerships based on demonstrated school need. Most notably, she worked with South Philadelphia High School to implement a system that tracked partner impact and laid the foundation for their Community School initiative.  During the 2013-2014 school year, Malarie was in the first cohort of Americorps VISTAs at The Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development, working with William D. Kelley School to determine areas of growth and create systems that attracted community partners.

Malarie began her career as a City Year Greater Philadelphia Corps Member, where she discovered her interest in educational leadership. Malarie is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and Arcadia University.