Alas trains advocates of at-risk students

New Orleans City Business 14 September 2019

Alas won first place and $8,000 at the Education Challenge, Propeller’s annual pitch competition for entrepreneurs promoting equitable education throughout the city. Alas also was accepted into a $25,000 fellowship from the Kellogg Foundation to help implement these efforts. With funding from PitchNOLA, Alas will expand from a program to an organization, doubling its impact to 1,000 students over the next year.