Sarah Young, chief of staff for the Utah State Board of Education, joins Jason Swanson for a conversation on how Utah has been making visions for the future of learning a reality through inclusive, collaborative efforts.
Utah’s Portrait of a Graduate can look different for schools with two-digit enrollment when compared to schools with thousands enrolled. Learn about the state’s vision for education, centered around their P-20 Portrait of a Graduate (preschool through post-secondary), the collaborative process behind it and the ways it’s been implemented statewide.
This is the second webinar in the series exploring how state leaders are shaping the future of learning. See the first.
About Sarah Young
Sarah Young is responsible for external and internal communications and facilitates the execution of strategic initiatives. Sarah joined the agency in the May of 2012 and has served in a variety of roles including Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Specialist, Digital Teaching and Learning (DTL) Coordinator, and most recently Director of Strategic Initiatives. Sarah was appointed to the position of Chief of Staff in December 2021. Prior to joining the agency, Sarah served as an Albert Einstein Fellow with the National Science Foundation in Washington D.C. Sarah earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Population Organism Biology from the University of Colorado Boulder and her Master of Education degree from Lesley University.