Sam Albertson, Ed.M.
Sam Albertson, Ed.M., based in Long Beach, California, has spent over ten years as a team leader, collaborator in and around low-income communities, educational researcher, and advocate for matters of justice writ-large. Sam brings experience overseeing large, complex program delivery and grant management with local and national non-profits. Over the last four years, Sam has been a non-profit consultant to utilize his skills as a manager and written communicator to further local justice work (mostly around food insecurity, youth development, and racial inequality). Sam holds an EdM from Harvard Graduate School of Education in Human Development & Psychology. Sam has successful experience with numerous federal and foundation grants including National Endowment for the Arts, AmeriCorps, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and private, faith-based foundations. In his free time, Sam enjoys boogie boarding with his son, hiking, and live music.
“My favorite part of grant writing is learning about different approaches to common community challenges, and empowering non-profits to continue their justice work.”