Kaitlyn Aprill, a 2011 graduate from James Madison College, was just promoted to office manager of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing young people to thrive in an ever-changing economy.
Before joining JA of Central Maryland’s team, Aprill served at KIPP DC WILL Academy in Washington D.C. as a Lead Teacher for two years. She helped create and implement plans to advance students’ science non-fiction reading, writing and comprehension, and presented best teaching practices to the KIPP DC network. Aprill received the 2014-2015 KIPP DC: WILL Academy Excellence Award for her dedicated work.
A Teach for America Corps member at D.C.’s Charles Hart Middle School from 2012 to 2014, Aprill developed a positive classroom and school culture focused on college readiness and citizenship. She was a founding member of the Charles Hart Middle School culture committee and the Head Coach of CHMS’s Girls on the run team.
“As a Junior Achievement alumna, I am excited to be a part of this devoted network again and make an impact on the community,” said Aprill. “I am proud to work for a company with a cause that reflects my own goals and values.”