Elizabeth Devaney heads the Providence After School Alliance's quality-improvement strategy, which is aimed at helping build the capacity of after-school organizations to provide high-quality programming.
Prior to joining PASA, Devaney was a project director at the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), in Chicago, where she worked with school principals and their staff on the implementation and evaluation of programming for social and emotional learning in their schools. She has held positions at the Education Development Center, in Newton, Massachusetts, and the Dimock Community Health Center, in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Devaney received a bachelor's degree from Trinity College and a master's degree in social policy, with a concentration in youth and family programs, from Brandeis University's Heller School.
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