Karen Sanchez-Greigo is principal of the innovative Atrisco Heritage Academy High School on Albuquerque’s southwest mesa. As such, she is dedicated to the academic success of students from the city’s South Valley, an area where economic and educational challenges are many, and young people have often struggled to stay in school.
Advance economic and social mobility for cohorts of low-income families and their children in New Mexico through expanding resources and incentives to develop and share solutions and track progress toward their goals
Strengthen efforts to promote entrepreneurship, create jobs through the expansion of a light manufacturing operation and support young children through a dual language child development center by supporting the planning of a social enterprise center
Improve the health and well-being of children and families made vulnerable due to immigration status by strengthening judicial leadership and decision making and promoting improved collaborations between courts and community-based organizations that service immigrant families
Kim Carter, superintendent of Battle Creek Public Schools, and La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, announce their commitment to improve student academic achievement.