Myriam Sullivan is a senior director in the Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning at JFF. She works to advance career pathways for populations who are underrepresented in high-demand sectors of the economy.
Her work focuses on transforming policies and practices across the Registered Apprenticeship and work-based learning ecosystems.
Sullivan’s skills and areas of expertise include:
- Workforce development and policy
- Apprenticeship program design
- Corporate site selection
- Research and analysis
- Labor market Information
Before joining JFF, she was a presidential management fellow for two offices within the U.S. Department of Labor and an associate at JPMorgan Chase.
- Bachelor’s degree in political science, State University of New York at Albany
- Master’s degree in public administration, Long Island University
- EdD in higher education and higher education administration, Northeastern University