At the start of June, YouthWorks Employment Coordinator Susannah Nadler will be leaving SF YouthWorks to attend graduate school at Georgetown University. Although everyone at YouthWorks is sad to see Susannah leave the program, we are extremely happy to see her moving towards her career goal to be an English teacher.
During her two and a half years at SF YouthWorks, Susannah has been a central member of our staff team. We have come to count on her insight, dedication, and compassionate perspective. She has provided talented leadership to multiple program elements, transforming our training curriculum, our website, our Youth Leadership team, and our program materials. The changes she spearheaded have led to significant and lasting improvements in the service we provide.
Susannah says, “Being an Employment Coordinator for the past few years has been a pleasure. It is very special to work for an organization like YouthWorks, where everyone’s ideas matter and the whole team is working to better serve the youth. I would like to thank mentors, participants, and everyone else with whom I’ve partnered over the past few years. I will cherish the time that we have spent working together to make a difference.”
We wish Susannah luck as she embarks on the next stage of her career. We know from experience that she will make an incredible teacher for all future students who are lucky enough to be in her classroom.