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Grasmick named to SEED Foundation board

Nancy S. Grasmick has been elected to the board of directors for the Washington, D.C.-based SEED Foundation, which partners with urban communities to prepare underserved students for college and beyond.

Grasmick was Maryland’s first female state superintendent of schools and became the U.S.’s longest serving appointed schools chief before her retirement last June.

Grasmick received her doctorate from Johns Hopkins University, her master’s from Gallaudet University and her bachelor’s from Towson University.

She is a long-time supporter of SEED said, which supports public boarding schools and currently has schools in both the District of Columbia and Maryland.