Working together to increase the availability and quality of afterschool opportunities statewide.
Courtney Sullivan, MBA is the Executive Director of the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence. Coming from a family of educators, Courtney has always been passionate about education, students and the importance of supporting youth as they become the next generation of leaders and teachers. Courtney’s early professional career was focused on marketing and communications in the nonprofit sector. After getting her MBA from ASU, she moved into management and advocacy. Courtney is excited to bring the vast network of out of school time providers and supporters together to help Arizona youth succeed and thrive.
Ryan is a production specialist by training and an event manager by trade.
She has worked with Hollywood productions, arts festivals, and several education foundations. With over 10 years event management and communications experience she is a great asset for leading the efforts for AZ CASE professional development workshops, out of school time resource distribution, and coordination of our Fall Schools Out, Make it Count Conference.
Jennifer Roman has actively supported youth based programs since 2001. While her career experience includes working in the software industry, professional training, and sales, it is her experience volunteering in schools and community programs that led her to the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence. She is passionate about supporting programs that nurture children and help them achieve their full potential.
Angel has developed a keen spirit of service working and volunteering in the nonprofit and social sector for the past eight years. Angel comes to AzCASE as an AmeriCorps VISTA member. In his position as Outreach Coordinator, he works together with our team in developing community partnerships, implementing our communication strategy, and helping to create a sustainability plan for our organization.
A native Arizonan, Caitlin King Khoury graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Masters degree in Nonprofit Studies. Caitlin began her career as a teacher in a Title 1 elementary school and at the Mesa Community College Children’s Center. Her interest in informal learning led her to join the founding staff of the Children’s Museum of Phoenix, and ultimately to become part of the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence team, working to ensure all Arizona kids have access to fun, engaging, and educational learning opportunities outside of school.