Thursday October 18, 2018
The Stern Center for Language and Learning announced that Julie Cadwallader Staub will lead the organization’s development office. Cadwallader Staub currently serves as director of Vermont’s $36.9 million Race to the Top Grant to improve school readiness for Vermont’s children. She begins her new role as the Stern Center’s Development Director on Oct. 22.
With a diverse background in grant management, early education, and nonprofit management, Cadwallader Staub’s expertise, along with her interests in literacy and language, align with the Stern Center’s mission to enrich the lives of learners through direct services as well as through professional learning for educators.
Two years after earning a master’s degree in social work from Rutgers, Cadwallader Staub founded the Maternity Care Coalition of greater Philadelphia and later became founding executive director of Hunger Free Vermont. She was also vice-president of community grantmaking at the Vermont Community Foundation and grants director at the Burlington School District.
In addition to her impressive background in nonprofit work, Cadwallader Staub is a poet whose work has been published in national journals and anthologies. She resides in South Burlington.