Ashlee Jemmott has worked in the youth development and mental health field, providing resources, assistance, and guidance to multi-systems involving youth and young adults for the past 10 years. She is a certified Wellness Recovery Action Plan facilitator, Emotional Emancipation Circle Facilitator, and a Youth Mental Health First Aid Responder. Ashlee earned her Master's in Business Administration from the Lorry I Lokey Graduate School of Business, Mills College in Oakland California. In her new role as the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Pivotal Ashlee looks forward to using her lived experiences as a former multi-system foster youth, and her education to create new, sustaining, and equitable partnerships to develop an ecosystem serving foster youth. The ecosystem will advocate for policy change in regards to education and workforce institutions. Developing ideas with key stakeholders and community members to implement and effect systemic change. Ashlee believes that strengthening the connections between education, government, and corporate partnerships will improve the ecosystem and remove barriers for foster youth.