Arielle Milton is an associate program officer at the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. As a member of Mott’s national Education team, she works to operationalize and fund efforts to expand learning opportunities and supports for low- and moderate-income children and communities through youth entrepreneurship and college & career readiness strategies, including Children’s Savings Accounts.
Arielle has dedicated her career to seeking learning opportunities that promote the improvement of life outcomes for children, youth and families in vulnerable communities in the United States and Abroad. Before joining the Mott Foundation, Milton has worked at the GHR Foundation in Minnesota and several philanthropic organizations in Michigan, including The Kresge Foundation, The Skillman Foundation and the Council of Michigan Foundations.
Arielle is a graduate of The University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s in sociology and political science. Additionally, Arielle earned a Master of Public Administration from the Rackham Graduate School at The University of Michigan with a focus on organizational development and management.
Arielle serves on the board of advisors for Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy and is a 2017 New Leaders Council Fellow.