ARLINGTON, Va.--()--Communities In Schools, the leading organization dedicated to empowering students to stay in school and achieve in life, today announced Stephanie Hubka as the new Director of Learning Management Systems. She will manage the Learning Management team and the assigned scope of work surrounding the development of training programs, technical assistance support and capacity building most needed by network stakeholders as well as state and local offices.
“Talent development is a strategy and priority that is included in Communities In Schools’ 10-year capital campaign as a means for strengthening state offices and local affiliates, as well as for increasing the leadership capacity of our national team members”
Prior to joining Communities in Schools, Hubka served as Coordinator of Education and Training at the Security Industry Association, and as Manager of Learning Systems for the American Lung Association. Most recently, Hubka worked as the Associate Director of Education, Compliance and International Partnerships at the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. Hubka received a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Carnegie Mellon University and is currently completing her graduate certificate in Technology Leadership from the University of Virginia.
“Talent development is a strategy and priority that is included in Communities In Schools’ 10-year capital campaign as a means for strengthening state offices and local affiliates, as well as for increasing the leadership capacity of our national team members,” said Annette Gantt, Vice President of Field Operations. “As the national network grows and its needs for sustainability evolve, it is essential that the national office has the capacity to deliver online learning, create communities of practice for sharing knowledge, and connect the entire network easily and efficiently. Stephanie brings the knowledge and skills necessary for us to take a giant step forward.”
About Communities In Schools
Communities In Schools surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Through a school-based coordinator, Communities In Schools connects students and their families to critical community resources, tailored to local needs. Working in nearly 2,700 schools, in the most challenged communities in 24 states and the District of Columbia, Communities In Schools serves nearly 1.26 million young people and their families every year. It has become the nation's leading dropout prevention organization, and the only one proven to both increase on-time graduation rates and reduce dropout rates. Visit our website at www.communitiesinschools.org