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Anasofia Trelles

K-12 Senior Program Manager

Anasofia Trelles holds a Bachelor’s degree in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from The College of New Jersey. In addition, she holds a Master’s degree in Education Policy from Teacher’s College, Columbia University. Anasofia began her career working for a non-profit organization providing literary intervention services to students in New York City public schools reading below grade level. Anasofia then moved on to become an Education Specialist/ Advocate at Advocates for Children of New York. During her time at Advocates for Children of New York, she worked on the NYS-TEACHS team where she has provided practical assistance to school districts across New York on the McKinney-Vento Act and the rights of students experiencing homelessness.

In addition, has worked with students, parents, advocates, and The New York City Department of Education to influence and change local education policies to better serve marginalized students. Beyond her work in practical assistance and policy advocacy, she has worked in college access and managed several mentorship programs at partner institutions such as Columbia/ Barnard, Middlebury, and Smith. As a first-generation Latinx woman, she is committed to ensuring all students have equitable access to high-quality education across all levels.