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Byline: Daily Record Staff

The board of directors of the National Summer Learning Association appointed Aaron Philip Dworkin, formerly of the After-School All-Stars, as its new CEO, effective June 3.

Dworkin succeeds founder and interim CEO, Matthew Boulay Ph.D., will lead the Baltimore-based nonprofit whose work for more than 25 years has focused on expanding high-quality summer learning opportunities across the United States.

Dworkin joins NSLA having most recently served as president of the After-School All-Stars National Network a non-profit organization providing free afterschool and summer programs to 90,000 low income students in more than 450 Title I schools in 20 major cities across the United States.Over the past 12 years, Dworkin led the organization through tremendous growth, significantly increasing the number of students served, doubling the After-School All-Stars national footprint and annual revenue, while opening a national office in Washington to expand its advocacy efforts.

Dworkin also oversaw the creation and implementation of the After-School All-Stars' four signature national initiatives, each with their own summer learning program, designed to combat childhood obesity (Sports as a Hook), promote high school and college graduation (We Are Ready), prepare students for careers (CEO: Career Exploration Opportunities) and inspire youth leadership and community service (Life Service Action).

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Publication:Daily Record (Baltimore, MD)
Date:May 23, 2019
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