Marty Alvarado is vice president of postsecondary education and training in the Education practice at JFF. She helps shape strategic direction and spearheads initiatives that create meaningful impact in the education and workforce landscape.
Her work focuses on developing inclusive strategies that address systemic barriers and empower individuals from a diverse array of backgrounds to thrive.
Alvarado’s skills and areas of expertise include:
- Driving innovation
- Leading transformative initiatives
- Education and workforce training models
- Workforce development
- Systems change
Before joining JFF, she was executive vice chancellor for the California Community Colleges and director of workforce developmeent at Long Beach City College.
- Bachelor’s degree in philosophy, Whittier College, Whittier, California
- Master’s degree in philosophy and cultural analysis, University of Amsterdam