Manomay Malathip currently serves as Executive Director, Student Advancement in DeKalb County School District (DCSD). In her role she oversees Career Technical Agriculture Education (CTAE), Parent and Family Engagement, and Postsecondary outreach. Prior to DCSD she worked in the Kansas City, Mo area where she served for over three years as the Director of Graduation and Postsecondary Outreach. In this capacity she implemented a district-wide college and career readiness curriculum for all elementary schools, designed a premier internship program for high school students, and created opportunities for students to succeed beyond high school. Ms. Malathip spent most of her career working with students and families as the Vice President Program Management for Kauffman Scholars, a scholarship and college graduation program of the Kauffman Foundation. Her responsibilities included operation oversight of the Academic Enrichment Academies for middle school Scholars and Scholars2Leaders Academy for high school Scholars. In addition to the academy’s day-to-day operation she designed and implemented the summer College Residential Institutes, managed large scale events, directed and scaled partnership programs, and worked closely with the Coaching staff as it relates to Scholar support. Prior to moving to metro-Atlanta, Ms. Malathip served her community by participating in the Education for Healthy Community Action Team, Board member with Big Brother Big Sister, Kansas Afterschool Program: Quality Guidelines and Self-Assessment Tools workgroup, Board member with YMCA Young Achievers, and Board member with RUBIES. Ms. Malathip is a graduate of Leadership DeKalb class of 2017, a premier leadership development program, and serves her community as the Vice President for the Laotian American Society-Georgia.
Ms. Malathip earned her Bachelor degree in Business at Kansas State University and a Master in Business Administration from Baker University.