As a philanthropy program manager at American Student Assistance in Boston, MA, Jing Cox-Orrell is dedicated to empowering youth so they can make informed decisions about their lives. In her current role, she is responsible for collaborating on the implementation, relationship management, and evaluation of a portfolio of nonprofit grant programs and partnerships that support ASA's mission to change the way middle and high schoolers learn about careers and navigate education-to-career opportunities. Prior to joining ASA, Jing led curriculum development, teacher training, and student workshops at Cambridge HealthAlliance in Greater Boston and Peer Health Exchange in Chicago. Jing received a bachelor’s degree from DePaul University in Chicago.
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