Michelle Sedaca is a communications manager at Jobs for the Future, working primarily with JFF's Pathways to Prosperity Network, a network of states dedicated to building systems and structures that ensure many more young people graduate from high school, complete postsecondary credentials, and enter high-growth careers—while leaving open the prospect of further education. She oversees the initiative’s communications and marketing strategy.
Prior to joining JFF, Ms. Sedaca worked as a Research Consultant in the youth development and early childhood education fields. In this capacity, she managed a variety of research and writing projects for America’s Promise Alliance and Jumpstart for Young Children. Projects included case studies on cradle-to-college/career initiatives, a report on the potential of K-12 digital learning, and policy landscape research on the early childhood workforce.
Ms. Sedaca holds a bachelor’s degree in Politics from Oberlin College and a joint master’s degree in Urban Policy and Child Development from Tufts University.