Board Co-Chair

Krystle Starvis manages workforce development programs for Living Classrooms Foundation’s Target Investment Zone. Ms. Starvis joined Living Classrooms in 2015 as Administrative Manager for the Workforce Development department where she successfully managed the department’s grants, contracts, and respective budgets.

Early in 2017, Krystle was promoted and is now responsible for the implementation of workforce development initiatives in East Baltimore, which includes creating, maintaining, facilitating, and overseeing events, activities, and trainings for each of Living Classrooms community hubs. She is also responsible for maintaining a data collection system, as well as ensuring that programs meet and exceed all grant/agency related outcome measurements.

Prior to Living Classrooms, Ms. Starvis spent several years conducting perceptual science research for the U.S. Army Research Lab. The proud Baltimore native has a M.S. in Human Services Administration from University of Baltimore and a B.S. from Towson University.