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Grace Elizabeth Oxley

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Scholar Grace Elizabeth Oxley from University of Chicago Scholars 2021-2022.

Former Program Manager, Pitt-Assisted Community & Schools (PACS), University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work


Grace Elizabeth Oxley recently served as the former program manager at Pitt-Assisted Community & Schools, a research-to-practice program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Social. Through her work, Grace provided leadership in the planning and mobilization of projects focused on academic achievement, workforce development, and community development. As an education professional, she aims to bridge the gap between institutions that can provide resources in communities, particularly in urban areas, that need them most, with just, inclusive policies.

Grace is pursuing her master’s degree from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. She is also a former visiting English lecturer at the University of Malaysia Perlis.

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