Sarah Kelly

Sarah joins GC with more than 15 years of experience leading fundraising, communications and strategy for education and youth development nonprofits. A former high school English teacher in New York City, she has spent her career since leaving the classroom securing funding to support teachers and students in historically underserved communities in Boston, NYC and across the… Continue reading Sarah Kelly

Andrew Wilkes

Andrew Wilkes serves as Generation Citizen’s Chief Policy & Advocacy Officer, where he leads GC’s thought leadership, coalition building, and policy initiatives as a part of the national leadership team. Andrew comes to this role with nearly ten years of experience in public policy, advocacy, and community organizing, particularly among congregations and community-based organizations. Prior… Continue reading Andrew Wilkes

Josh Solomon

Josh has over 15 years of nonprofit management experience working with national education and youth development nonprofits, including Teach For America, Youthbuild USA, and Peace First. He led the launch of a national fellowship program for young leaders at Peace First, scaled up Teach For America’s alumni giving and volunteerism programs, and managed technical assistance… Continue reading Josh Solomon

Allyson Cook

Allyson Cook is a lifelong learner who has spent the last 12 years focused on ensuring that students and teachers have access to resources and equitable support. Allyson joins Generation Citizen after spending the last 7 years at CollegeSpring, where she developed a coaching and rescoped the teacher training program that focuses on a foundational… Continue reading Allyson Cook

Elizabeth Clay Roy

Elizabeth Clay Roy is a lifelong leader of civic engagement and social change initiatives, and the new Chief Executive Officer of Generation Citizen, a national nonprofit committed to providing youth with the knowledge and skills they need to actively participate in our democracy. Leading Generation Citizen brings Elizabeth full circle to her childhood roots, when… Continue reading Elizabeth Clay Roy