Laura Szabo-Kubitz works on our Keeping California’s Promise program on issues involving foster youth, community colleges, and student engagement and activism. In the past, Laura has worked as an educator and in the non-profit sector, most recently as the recruiting coordinator for American Student Assistance (ASA), a student loan guarantor with a mission to make student loans more manageable and affordable. Before ASA, Laura worked at Aim High, a nonprofit that creates empowering environments for the educational and personal growth of middle school students. She also has experience with nonprofit direct service and finance, having worked as the Parent Voices Project Associate and Assistant to the CFO at the California Child Care Resource and Referral Network. She received her MA in Education Policy and Management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and her BA in English from Oberlin College.