Gevonne Blum is a Family Engagement Facilitator at WestEd with the Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT) project. Blum works closely with school, district, and state stakeholders to provide customized, evidence-based solutions that best supports their needs, drawing from her expertise and experience in family engagement and school improvement.
From developing K-12 curriculums, managing family engagement activities, implementing APTT programs, and overseeing family engagement mandates and federal compliance projects, Blum is an experienced educator who thrives in community-based settings.
Blum presents at state and local conferences on family engagement, and Title I programs. She is a member of NAFSCE and is a second-year cohort member of the Educators’ Neighborhood program within the Fred Rogers Institute with an emphasis on episode analysis.
Blum earned her MS from Florida Institute of Technology in environmental resources management and a BA from Rollins College in environmental studies.