Toni Corinealdi is the Fund My Future Program Program Manager for Propel Schools. As a child growing up in Brooklyn, New York, she had the opportunity to save money in a bank through her elementary school, and still remembers the feeling of pride and accomplishment as she watched her account grow. Her vision is a savings account for all students who graduate, building their confidence and preparing them to reach their goals.
At Propel, she has worked to make saving money more fun and exciting for the students through incentives and raffle drawings. As a result, the number of students making regular deposits has grown to 1,900, approximately half of the student population.
Toni has worked for Propel Schools for nine years, as an Administrative Assistant, Afterschool Supervisor, and Fund My Future Building Coordinator. In addition to her responsibilities at Propel, she also provides assistance to our community partners and champions in the county-wide expansion effort.
Ms. Corinealdi is a graduate of Point Park University with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership. In 2015, she received the Clarion University Community Award for implementing the Clarion Emerging Scholars Program at Propel High Schools.
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Victoria Heverley is a native Pittsburgher and graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. With a degree in Media and Professional Communications, Victoria’s true passion was discovered while pursuing a certificate in Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies as an undergraduate student. This academic undertaking led to an interest in social justice and a desire to help facilitate upward economic mobility for Pittsburgh’s most marginalized residents. Her early career in residential apartment leasing inspired her career transition into the nonprofit sector helping families realize financial success and equitable community growth.
Victoria, Program Coordinator at NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania, joined NeighborWorks in April 2016, coordinating the organization’s Homebuyer Education Program. Later that year, she transitioned into the Fund My Future Program, working closely with Propel Schools to support deposit and account management and also coordinating the launch of an expanded Fund My Future site at the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh’s Bedford Dwellings community.
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Sarah Dieleman Perry
Sarah Dieleman Perry is the Director of Economic Opportunity at Neighborhood Allies. She created and facilitates the Pittsburgh Asset Building Network and launched the local Financial Opportunity Center network of three sites that combine financial coaching with employment services. She brings innovation in credit building and financial coaching from around the country to service providers in the Pittsburgh region. In all her work, she strives to level the playing field so that everyone can participate in an improving economy through education and asset building.
Since the spring of 2017, she has played a project management role for the county-wide expansion of Fund My Future. She cultivates champions in schools, churches, afterschool programs and sports leagues to take their excitement about Fund My Future to the families they serve.
Sarah has a Master’s Degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Economic and Social Development.
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Jeremy Resnick is the Executive Director of Propel Schools Foundation and is co-founder of Propel Schools.
Jeremy Resnick serves as the Executive Director of the Propel Schools Foundation, and is co-founder of Propel Schools. With his leadership, Propel Schools has grown to be a regional force in efforts to reform Southwestern Pennsylvania public education. His work has been recognized with the Pittsburgh Business Times’ 2007 Diamond Award; Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners’ 2009 Social Venture Award; 2013 Distinguished Individual Leadership Award from Coro Pittsburgh.
A former teacher in Pittsburgh Public Schools, he also founded Northside Urban Pathways Charter School, Steel Center Technical Academy and the Charter Schools Project at Duquesne University. Jeremy has directed the design phase of the expanded program.
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