Empowering Youth Through Education

Sasha Davila

Transfer Scholars Program Manager

Sasha Davila joined Fulfillment Fund in May 2016 as a College Access Program Advisor where she provided specialized college prep curriculum and programing to students year round at Hamilton High School.  She transitioned to the Transfer Scholars Program Manager in the Post Secondary Department where she works with community college students from around Los Angeles.  She manages a transfer preparedness scholarship program to support and ensure transfer success to four year universities.   

As a first generation transfer student from a low-income household, she overcame many barriers that exist in the educational pipeline. This experience has guided her to discover her passion in college access and paying it forward. She went to San Diego Mesa community college and transferred to UCLA through the help of many mentors and resources.  Having this foundation solidified her belief that resources and support are vital to a student’s success and increases their persistence. 

Prior to the Fulfillment Fund, Sasha was a College & Career Pathways Planner with the Los Angeles Education Partnership. As an undergrad at UCLA, she worked as an Academic Peer Counselor through the Student Retention Center at UCLA, completed her own research project through the Civic Engagement Department, and a was mentor with the Raza Youth Empowerment Project that provided college access services to high school students. Sasha Davila has a B.A. in Art History with a minor in Chicano(a) Studies from UCLA, and an A.A. in Art and French from San Diego Mesa Community College.