Michelle Boehm is a Program Director in the Arizona Community Engagement team, responsible for assisting in the development of strategic goals and objectives aligned to the Foundation’s Latino Student Success initiative. Ms. Boehm’s role prioritizes improving access to and the quality of early childhood professional development and coordination between early childhood and K-3 education.
Formerly Helios Education Foundation’s Analytics and Evaluation Director, Ms. Boehm led research and evaluation activities to inform and support the Foundation’s strategic investment initiatives. Prior to joining Helios, Ms. Boehm conducted program evaluations of child welfare, adult and juvenile criminal justice, and education programs in the government and non-profit sector at CCNY, Inc. located in Buffalo, NY. Ms. Boehm’s professional background also includes direct school experience serving a variety of functions including conducting psychoeducational evaluations, administering literacy and academic readiness evaluations among Head Start students, and providing classroom instruction to students with mild to severe developmental disabilities.
Ms. Boehm earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from Arizona State University and Bachelor’s Degrees in Psychology and Health and Human Services with a concentration in Early Childhood from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Ms. Boehm is actively involved in the community, including serving on the Fast Pitch and Ed Pitch selection and steering committees of Social Venture Partners Arizona.