Sana Ahmed is an L.A.-based educator and curriculum designer whose learning methodologies incorporate social justice, place-based learning, and community partnerships. She aims to collaborate with parents, teachers, and community partners for impactful educational experiences that extend beyond classroom learning. Most recently, as the Student and Family Program Manager at the Los Angeles Conservancy, she created and facilitated lessons that connected students to historic places in L.A. and activated their knowledge of heritage conservation in their communities. In addition to her work on student programs, she was an active member and former chair of the Conservancy’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Taskforce.
Previously, she has held positions at the Neighborhood Youth Association, Step Up Women’s Network, RAND Corporation, and National Education Association.
Sana received an M.S.Ed in Education Entrepreneurship from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Psychology and Social Behavior from UC Irvine.