Angie Holman, Executive Director
Angie has a passion for helping students learn. She believes that every child has the right to a quality education no matter what neighborhood they live in. After working many years in project management, engineering and operations for companies such as General Motors, General Mills and Wells Fargo Bank, Angie turned her focus to education nonprofits. In addition to serving on the board of several local K-12 PTAs and Foundations, she has dedicated time to tutoring and mentoring first-generation college students and adult immigrants. Angie joined All Students Matter in 2016 after volunteering at Belle Haven School in East Palo Alto through another nonprofit. Soon after, she took on a leadership role as a Site Director at Costaño Elementary School and then in 2019 became ASM’s new Executive Director. She is excited to be working with a team of volunteer leaders who share a goal and purpose to create something sustainable and meaningful in the Ravenswood City School District.
Keri Tully, Program Director
As an experienced educator, Keri knows first hand the importance that caring, reliable and trained classroom volunteers can make in the lives of teachers and students. Keri began her teaching career with Teach for America and after earning her M.A. in Education, taught at schools in New York City and Los Angeles. Keri has taken on leadership roles in several local education foundations to ensure the highest quality programs were made available to all students. Broadening her support for local students, she began volunteering in a classroom with All Students Matter in 2010. She was a natural fit as an ASM school Site Director and then as Program Director, a role she has served in since 2015. Keri is inspired by the collaboration of our volunteer leadership team with the district’s teachers and administration, all working together on our shared goal of equitable educational opportunities throughout our community.