YouthBuild’s staff is composed of committed educators, administrators, counselors, vocational instructors and AmeriCorps members. We are a diverse team of professionals, united in our high standards and commitment to serving the best interests of the students.

No matter their role at the school, every employee at YouthBuild plays a part in creating a safe and positive educational environment where amazing transformations can take place.

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Right to Know Officer

School Psychologist, Compliance Coordinator

Dr. Bader is both a School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist. He has been the School Psychologist at YouthBuild Philadelphia since he first came to the school in 1998. Dr. Bader is now also the Director of Specialized Services and in that role oversees the Special-Education, Counseling, and English-Learners programs. He believes that it is critical that we identify and support young people who face internal barriers to their success in life, especially at this critical juncture in their lives.


Executive Director

Scott Emerick is the Executive Director of YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School. He oversees YouthBuild Philly’s programming, operations, fundraising, and relationship and capacity building.

Before coming to YouthBuild Philly in 2017 Scott served as the Senior Vice President for Education, Career, and Service Pathways at YouthBuild USA. In this role he oversaw a portfolio of education program initiatives related to improving postsecondary access and success; implementing quality secondary school programming at community based organizations, charter schools, and alternative high schools; increasing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) teaching and career development capacity; and helping educators and schools respond to learning differences and learner variability.

Scott has received several awards recognizing his commitment to the YouthBuild movement and his advocacy for young adult learners, including the YouthBuild USA Impact on the Field Award (2015), YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School Legacy Award (2012), Brockton Visionary Service for Community Impact Award (2011), and YouthBuild USA Staff Member of the Year Award (2010).

Previously, Scott has provided technical assistance for rural and urban school districts on a range of issues related to teaching quality and teacher retention. He also has professional experience as an educator, as an advocate for improved teaching and learning conditions, and as a management consultant for corporate and private foundation clients investing in education.

Scott has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.


Chief Financial and Operating Officer

Adesanya is an energetic, results-oriented, and mission driven Senior Management Professional with more than 20 years’ progressive experience leading finance and operations, global projects, and grants administration for large domestic and international non-profit organizations. She has a proven track record in reorganizing, streamlining, and strengthening operations to maximize performance. She is a collaborative, creative problem solver that enjoys working with a forward thinking mission-driven team in a fun fast-paced environment.

Adesanya is a world traveler and has worked in many countries, including Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Peru, Haiti, and Thailand.

In her spare time, Adesanya enjoys relaxing at the beach, studying positive psychology, and hanging out with her dogs.

Business Adminstrator

Help Desk Specialist

Josh is the IT Help Desk Specialist at Youthbuild Philadelphia. He began his career at Youthbuild in 2017 as an intern and has worked his way up to an official Help Desk position. He stresses the importance of Customer Service and has made it his goal to ensure his staff, customers, and clients feel comfortable and confident in his ability to troubleshoot. As an African-American in the STEM field, Josh hopes that students will see him as an example and use him as a blueprint, wanting them to be able to look in the mirror and see themselves as someone capable. Josh is currently working towards Cyber Security certifications and has a passion for keeping information safe and educating people on the practices of safe technology usage.

Human Resources

Senior Director of Human Resources

Megan Gundogdu is the Senior Director of Human Resources at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School. She is a passionate, progressive educator who has served Public and Charter School Students and families in New York City and Philadelphia for over 20 years. She believes that all students should have highly-qualified, engaging adults guiding them to be critical citizens of their community and believes that a people-centered workplace environment can provide all members of the community the opportunity to learn and thrive.

Megan loves to stay active in both fitness and travel, adventuring near and far with her four children and partner. She spends a lot of time in her partner’s home country of Turkey and encourages anyone she can to visit!

Megan has a Bachelor’s degree from Sweet Briar College and Masters degrees from Fordham University and Mercy College.

Human Resources Manager

Deniqua Antoine is the Human Resources Manager at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School. With a diverse background across multiple industries, she brings valuable HR experience to the team.

She is a SHRM Certified Professional and holds both a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Wilmington University, and an Associates degree from Rowan College at Burlington County.

Deniqua enjoys exploring different cultures and destinations through travel, finding inspiration and gaining a broader perspective. She also enjoys playing field hockey and staying active.



Allison is an accounting professional and Certified Public Accountant with eight years of experience in the Non-for-Profit industry. She began her career in public accounting, managing the audits of a variety of organizations. She is currently the Controller at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School and is dedicated to supporting young people in the City of Philadelphia to become leaders in their communities.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and dog. She loves to travel and is always looking for the next place to visit!

She received her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Accounting from the Pennsylvania State University.

Accounting Manager

Brian is the Senior Accountant in the Youthbuild Finance Department. He’s earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, and Management of Information Systems from Drexel University. Brian spent three years working in Public Accounting at Grant Thornton before joining Youthbuild in January, 2021. Brian was inspired by the mission of Youthbuild and decided he wanted to utilize his abilities for an organization that is benefitting the community. He was drawn towards Youthbuild when he learned that all staff, including those in administration, are able to partake in mentoring and community building.

Senior Accountant

Jackie joined YouthBuild Philadelphia as the Junior Accountant in November 2020. Before coming to YouthBuild, Jackie was working toward completing her Master’s in Art History while working as the Finance and Human Resources Coordinator at Public Art Fund in New York City. These days Jackie is pursuing a Bachelor’s in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University. In her free time, Jackie enjoys reading, baking, crocheting, volunteering to coach young people in volleyball, and spending time with her husband, two cats, and dog.

Program General

Chief Program Officer

Le’Yondo Dunn is the Chief Program Officer (CPO) at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School. His passion for working in education stemmed from his own experiences, which mirror many students attending Youth Build. He firmly believes that all students should have access to a high-quality education and educators who believe endlessly in their potential regardless of their zip codes.

Before becoming CPO at YouthBuild, Le’Yondo served as the principal at Simon Gratz High School, a comprehensive 9-12 high school with 1100 students in North Philadelphia. Prior, he worked as a school administrator in several other large, high-performing charter management organizations. He started his career in education advocacy in his hometown of New Orleans.

Mr. Dunn attended the University of New Orleans and St. Joseph’s University. Outside of work, he enjoys traveling and keeping up with the latest music trends through his students, and he is a self-proclaimed amateur chef.

Leader In-Residence

Taylor Uyehara is the Leader In-Residence at YouthBuild Philadelphia, working with the leadership team to implement our ambitious 5-year strategic plan. He is a passionate educator who is committed to ensuring that all students have equitable access to high-quality educational supports that empower them to achieve their postsecondary goals.

Prior to joining the YouthBuild team, Taylor served as assistant principal of instruction at Simon Gratz High School for 6 years, supporting the math, science, foreign language, postsecondary, and career & technical education departments. Before that, he served as a math teacher, teacher coach, and assistant principal at Olney High School for 7 years.

Taylor was born and raised in California and has a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics and Global Studies from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Lehigh University. Outside of work he loves to travel, spend time outdoors with his wife and two young children, and follow Golden State Warriors basketball.

Program Operations

Interim Director of School Operations

Danny House is the Associate Director of Admissions and Enrollment at YouthBuild Philadelphia. She has worked at many education based nonprofits for over a decade to empower young people through education, athletics, and art therapy. Danny graduated from the College of Wooster with a major in Sociology. Her education journey taught her about the social issues that plagued her community and communities like her. She dedicated her career to resolving these social issues both on a macro level, working in administrative roles for mission based organizations, and at a micro level, by building and maintaining relationships with young people over the span of her career.

In her new role as the Interim Director of Strategic Initiatives and Operations she is a key member of the program leadership team and plays a critical role in the day to day operations of YB Philadelphia. Danny is full of passion, persistence, and has a profound love and joy for the work that she does.


Chief Development Officer

Meredith has been the Chief Development Officer at YouthBuild Philly since 2004. She has worked in the non-profit industry for more than two decades and has had a lifelong commitment to giving back to the community through volunteering and community service. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Mary Washington College and professional certificate in fundraising and development from California State Northridge. Meredith comes from a family of educators who helped shape and inspire her interest in equitable education and writing – which makes YouthBuild the perfect blend of experience, skill and passion.

Individual Giving Manager

Theo Molloy is YouthBuild Philly’s Individual Giving Manager, introducing new individuals, foundations and partners to the organization, as well as working with current donors and Trustees to enhance YouthBuild’s programming and innovation. Theo enjoys representing YouthBuild at local professional events and fundraisers, and also loves interacting with students and helping share their stories.

While earning his Bachelor’s in Political Science from Syracuse University, Theo volunteered as a tutor in a 1st grade classroom, sparking his interest in youth service and education that led to his first position as a 3rd grade special education teacher. He switched to the non-profit world in 2010, where he started in Development and eventually served as the Vice President of Operations for an organization raising awareness of and acquiring services for victims of pediatric brain injuries – he helped the organization open a school for this population in New York City in 2013.

Originally from the Los Angeles area, Theo returned to his parents’ hometown of Philadelphia in 2014 and began working at YouthBuild in April 2015. He enjoys traveling and exploring Philadelphia’s vibrant food and live music scenes, and is acclimating himself to life as a Sixers and Eagles fan.

Public Relations & Communication Specialist

Khalil Bullock is a passionate and driven communications professional from West Philadelphia and a proud Temple University alum (B.A. Strategic Communications, Public Relations Track, 2018).

Since graduating, Khalil’s professional experience spans corporate, government, agency, and nonprofit sectors including a stint with Tierney Agency as well as the Urban League of Philadelphia. In his current role as the public relations and communications specialist at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School, he manages the school’s marketing and communications efforts. A background in public relations and a love for storytelling has allowed Khalil to serve as a positive voice for his clients on a local and national scale.

Khalil is also a proud brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter, who is always looking for good vibes, volunteer opportunities, and ways to give back to his community.


Grants and Data Manager

Paul Luong is the Grants and Data Manager at YouthBuild Philadelphia. He received his MS in Information Systems from Drexel University and previously worked as a data specialist at A.C. Nielsen in Hong Kong. Before coming to YouthBuild, Paul spent seven years accumulating data collection and analytical experience at The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium first as their Computer Systems Administrator and then as their Director of Planning and Information Systems where he was also in charge of reporting to state government.

Paul has lived on a few different continents and speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish and French. In his spare time, he volunteers to teach the elderly to use the internet and other relevant computer programs. He also enjoys cooking; he has won a few cooking titles and he currently hosts an extracurricular club where he teaches students how to cook for themselves.

WIOA Grants Coordinator

Jen is the WIOA Grants Coordinator at YouthBuild Philly. Jen has over a decade of experience in education in various settings (charter schools, public schools, and adult education centers) in roles including instruction, program design, and program management. She has her MSW in macro social work and is passionate about rethinking education and the systems that support and inhibit it. Outside of work, she enjoys attempting to garden, trying new recipes, and painting/crafting.

Jean Gaffney is the AmeriCorps Grant Coordinator at YouthBuild Philadelphia. They received their BA in English Literature and Environmental Studies from Albion College. Jean is a champion for LGBTQ rights, while in college they wrote and implemented non-discrimination policies to protect transgender women who wish to participate in sororities. Before coming to YouthBuild, they were an Enrollment Specialist for The Philadelphia Center where they worked with college students to prepare them for life after graduation. Jean is passionate about working with students. They believe that empowering young people toward their goals is paramount in creating a more inclusive and caring world. Originally from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Jean has a deep love for outdoor adventure, and when they’re not in the city they can be found kayaking on the wissahickon, swimming in the ocean, and not petting the bison at Yellowstone.

AmeriCorps Grants Coordinator


Interim Assistant Principal

Sarah is passionate about education and has been working in the field for the past sixteen years, the last ten at YouthBuild. She is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction and works to ensure that YouthBuild’s academic offerings are engaging, meaningful and relevant for students’ postsecondary success. She has taught in New Orleans and Philadelphia, and is committed to pushing for equity for all students across the city. In the spirit of lifelong learning, she loves to read, write, and ask a lot of questions to people she meets.

Language Arts Teacher

Jody has a PhD in Education. Before coming to YB, she taught reading and writing with college students and with people who were incarcerated. She is a qualitative researcher and education activist who has worked with urban school communities for education equity. Jody is going into her sixth year of teaching and learning Language Arts with the brilliant students and staff of YouthBuild Philly.

Mathematics Teacher
Erika Starr Celley has been teaching math in Philadelphia since 2008. Her interest in the education field was sparked as an undergraduate at Barnard College during an amazing seminar on educational equity. Because of her strong belief that education should be a path to social mobility combined with her frustration over the inequity in the status quo, she decided to join the 2008 Teach For America Corps and pursued her Master’s degree at Penn in Urban Education. As a self-proclaimed nerd, school has always been one of Erika’s favorite places. Teaching gives her the opportunity to stay in school as an adult and help others leverage their education as a path to fulfillment and self-sufficiency. When she isn’t teaching math to students, she’s teaching “roll over” and “sit” to either her labradoodle or new baby.
Social Studies Teacher
Anthony is a former Community Projects Coordinator and current Social Studies Teacher at YouthBuild Philadelphia.

A lover of music, art, and conversation, Anthony studied Communication and Graphic Design at Arcadia University and engaged in the world of community work and the arts in his community. This led him to working in schools where he would eventually find an impressive and refreshing YouthBuild program.

West Philadelphia born son of the West Indian African diaspora, Anthony inherited family values that centers community, faith, love and advocacy. He has dedicated his life to developing advocacy for both himself and the people around him and challenging political and social indifference and apathy.

Mathematics Teacher

Born and raised in Philadelphia by parents who migrated from the Caribbean, Christina was instilled with the importance and power of love, faith, humility, knowledge, and community. It is with these core values that she adopted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s philosophy of education: “Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education.” Christina completed her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics at Haverford College before enrolling in UPenn’s Teacher Education Program where she earned her master’s degree in Secondary Education. She has served as a teacher in the School District of Philadelphia and Camden School System as well as an Academic Coordinator at The Community College of Philadelphia’s Gateway to College Program. At YouthBuild, Christina has the unique opportunity of not just being a math teacher, but being a mentor, a community member, and so much more. While Christina counts it a blessing to serve as an educator, what she finds most invaluable is the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with students, to learn and to grow together.

Language Arts Teacher

Emma is a literacy educator and writer originally from the Boston area. She studied English and Linguistics as an undergraduate at Carleton College, and received a master’s degree in Literacy Education from the University of Pennsylvania. As an educator, she has worked with K-8 students on phonics skills and publishing projects, started a Writing Center for high school students, and taught first-year composition at a community college. She loves seeing students of all ages gain a deeper understanding of literacy and become more comfortable with new ways of using language. Additional interests include ballroom dancing, listening to podcasts while exploring the city, and bothering her two cats.

College and Career Partnership

Associate Director of Partnerships and Alumni Success

Zurrell has been a longtime supporter of YouthBuild prior to joining the organization in 2018. He graduated from YouthBuild in 2009 and has since gone on to earn his Associate’s degree from Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Bachelor’s degree from Temple University.

For years Zurrell has made an impact on youth and the community. He has served a year of service through AmeriCorps VISTA for the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia helping bring free youth programs to inner-city youth. He has also operated as a Sports Coordinator and Youth Program Director for the Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA coordinating and developing youth programs for families and youth in the North Philadelphia community.

In 2017, Zurrell decided to make a change and focus more on supporting the next generation of young adults. Zurrell was presented with an opportunity to become a temporary Career Coach at YouthBuild. Success as a Career Coach has provided him a greater opportunity to serve as a Career Coordinator, Success Coordinator and now the Associate Director of Partnerships and Alumni Success working in the Student and Alumni Success Department. Zurrell hopes to use his story to inspire students and alumni to become the next generation of leaders.

Specialized Services

Special Education Teacher

Mr. Rich has been teaching at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School since 2016. He specializes in collaborating with teachers to ensure that instructional materials are suitable for all learners. Mr. Rich supports students both inside and outside of the classroom to ensure that they are moving towards their goals. In his free time, he enjoys photography, traveling, eating, bike riding, and sports.

School Psychologist, Compliance Coordinator

Dr. Bader is both a School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist. He has been the School Psychologist at YouthBuild Philadelphia since he first came to the school in 1998. Dr. Bader is now also the Director of Specialized Services and in that role oversees the Special-Education, Counseling, and English-Learners programs. He believes that it is critical that we identify and support young people who face internal barriers to their success in life, especially at this critical juncture in their lives.

Special Education Teacher

Erin Young is both a Special Education Teacher and a licensed Reading Specialist. She has worked in the Special Education field for over 10 years. She graduated with her Bachelors in Special Education from East Carolina University and later got her Masters in Education and Reading Specialist from Cabrini University.

Special Education Teacher

Shannon is a Special Education Teacher at YouthBuild Philadelphia. She attended undergrad at West Chester University and graduate school at St. Joe’s University. Prior to joining YB in 2020, Shannon spent 10 years teaching students with language-based learning difficulties and 3 years as a 9th grade Dean of Students. Shannon is very passionate about being an advocate for young people and supporting them in achieving their goals. When she’s not working, Shannon enjoys spending time in nature with her dog Clyde.

English Language Teacher/Coordinator

Rebecca joined YouthBuild as an AmeriCorps member in 2002, as a new college grad with a Sociology degree. The students at YB inspired her to become a teacher. She returned to school to earn a Master’s of Education in Reading/Writing/Literacy and went on to work as a high school literacy specialist. She returned to YouthBuild in 2017 as English Language Teacher/Coordinator, collaborating with colleagues to support multilingual students and ensuring the school is in compliance with state and federal guidance for educating English learners. Rebecca holds PA teacher certificates for secondary English, Reading Specialist, and ESL Program Specialist and a graduate certificate in Restorative Practices. When not at school, Rebecca enjoys being outdoors, baking, scrolling TikTok and Twitter, and organizing park clean ups and fun events for kids in Mifflin Square Park.

Special Education Coordinator

Fatimah Johnson is the Special Education Coordinator for YouthBuild Philly. She has spent many years in service to students with needs first as a teacher and later as an administrator, but always as an advocate.

Prior to joining YouthBuild, Fatimah served as the Supervisor for Special Education Services at Independence Charter School West. As one of the founding members of the school she developed and shaped the special education department from the beginning.

Ms. Johnson received advanced degrees in special education from California State University, Los Angeles and Edinboro University. In her spare time Ms. Johnson likes to knit, take long walks, and sample new cuisines.

Special Education Coordinator

Eric Sidener is a Special Education teacher at YouthBuild Philly. He has taught in public and charter schools in and around Philadelphia, and has been delighted to see how much fun it is to help young people learn to push past obstacles, to learn and to grow. He went to Temple University for his BA, UPenn for his Master’s in Education, and back to Temple U for additional instruction.

Eric enjoys cooking for his wife and 3 children, training his dog, Wombo, and is also interested in nearly everything in the world from canoeing, camping, and hang gliding to carpentry and plastic recycling.


Counselor, Consultant

Aletta Jones-Sterling joined the Youth Build Family in 2018. As a member of the Behavioral Health Consultant/Counseling Services team reporting to Dr. Bader. Aletta holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology with a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy and is also a Licensed Master’s Social Worker. Aletta also holds certifications in CBT, Trauma Therapy, and Art Psychotherapy. Love of family, Love of friends, and helping others see and achieve their maximum potential are Aletta’s passions. Aletta believes that “ignoring a problem doesn’t make it heal and ignoring the truth doesn’t make the pain subside.

Counselor, Consultant

George Ford is a licensed behavior health clinician who was born and raised in North Philadelphia and has worked in the field of mental health for over 20 years in various roles throughout the city of Philadelphia. He came to Youth build in 2019 with aspirations of helping the students to reach their educational goals. In addition to his work, George Ford is an adjunct professor at Harcum College where he teaches human services courses. In his spare time he trains as a boxer and plays semi pro basketball. One of George’s favorite quote is “You can’t make a different meal with the same recipe.”

Student Life

Dean of Culture & Equity

Donheen Boone has been an educator in Philadelphia for 10 years. In his journey as an educator he has worked for KIPP Philadelphia Charter School as a 6th Grader Teacher. Donheen then transitioned into a Wellness Director/Enrichment Instructor where he partnered with various organizations to provide health and wellness programming for students ages 11-14. In addition, Donheen also managed after school programming at KIPP Philadelphia Charter School, running comprehension programming from the hours of 4pm-5pm Monday through Thursday. In his recent years Donheen has been a Dean of School/Student Culture for five years at Simon Gratz Highschool. In this role he supported students in various capacities, but specifically being the lead Dean in Restorative Practices, along with PBIS strategies and SEL support. Currently, Donheen assumes the role of Dean of Culture & Equity at Youthbuild Philadelphia Charter School.

Assistant Dean of Students

Shamar Smith has been working within the education space since 2015. In his previous role at Simon Gratz as a Classroom Counselor for the school’s anchor program, he supported over 1,100 students. In his new position here at YouthBuild Philly, Smith is charged with supporting student life and managing the schools climate and culture.

AmeriCorps Community Projects Coordinators

Community Projects Coordinator

Community Projects Coordinator

Community Projects Coordinator

Community Projects Coordinator

Thomas Hagen serves as a Community Projects Coordinator on YouthBuild´s Student Life team, where he organizes community events, facilitates student workshops, supports academic classes and runs the chess club. He grew up in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania and attended Lower Merion High School and Yale University where he studied music and media. In the past, he has held positions at Play On Philly, the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, the Yale Sustainable Food Program, and American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania. Thomas is also a contributing writer for WXPN, covering new music and performing arts in Philadelphia.

AmeriCorps VISTAs

Development VISTA

Student and Alumni Success

Lead Student Success Coordinator

Sam is the Success Coordinator for the Child and Youth Care track at YouthBuild. Her primary duties include addressing barriers to attendance and success, connecting students and alumni to resources, and working with students and alumni to prepare for their next steps after YouthBuild. She received her MSW from West Chester University and is a licensed social worker in Pennsylvania. Before coming to YouthBuild, Sam worked as a social worker for individuals involved in the criminal legal system. She is passionate about providing holistic support for young adults as they move through this unique developmental period. In her free time, Sam enjoys going on adventures with her dog, Sully!

Student and Alumni Success Coordinator

Student and Alumni Success Coordinator

Kali Thomas's (she/her) favorite demographic to work with is young adults because she enjoys supporting them through the transition process to adulthood. She has been doing case management since 2016 and has been a Success Coordinator at YouthBuild since 2021. Her best days at work are the ones when she helps students make significant steps towards their goals and when she is able to be silly with them. Even if you don't see her, you will hear her laugh through the hallways. She graduated from The Evergreen State College, a non-traditional college, with a B.A. in Social Sciences. Kali loves to talk about her unique educational journey so feel free to ask her questions about it! Outside of work you will find her reading or writing at a cafe, walking around the Schuylkill River, or at Trader Joe's buying the ingredients to meal prep for the week.

Student and Alumni Success Coordinator

Workforce Development

Building Trades

Building Trades Instructor

Business Administration Scholars (BAS)

BAS Coordinator/Instructor

Cafe Shift Lead

A YouthBuild Philly 2016 Alum, we are excited to welcome Taylor Lewis back "home," as the new Café Shift Lead for our Stomping Grounds Social Justice Café.

Since graduating from YB, Taylor has worked in multiple capacities at Starbucks corporate and Starbucks franchises. Her previous roles include café barista, café trainer and café manager, making her a perfect fit to manage our Stomping Grounds Social Justice Cafe.

Child and Youth Care (CYC)

Child and Youth Care Coordinator/Instructor


Culinary Arts and Wellness

Culinary Arts and Wellness Coordinator/Instructor


Healthcare Coordinator/Instructor

Harry Salmond is the Healthcare Coordinator at Youthbuild Philly. He received his Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from the Community College of Philadelphia in 2006. He later went to Temple University and graduated with his Bachelor's Degree in Broadcasting and Mass Media 2010. He has been working in the Healthcare and Mental Health system in various jobs over his past 13 year career. He enjoys teaching, motivating, and helping the students of Youthbuild pursue their Healthcare dreams whatever they may be. When not teaching at YB he enjoys spending time with his family and friends.

Health & Safety

Health and Safety Coordinator (School Nurse)

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