Sara Glascock is a Nashville native who has been working in school-based Social Work settings for over 10 years. She received her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. In addition to her responsibilities with the Conservancy for the Parthenon, Mrs. Glascock works with the local nonprofit organization Communities In Schools, where she works with an elementary school, providing opportunities for students and families around parental engagement, initiatives aimed at decreasing chronic absenteeism, and connecting students with resources aimed towards improving the school’s overall literacy rate. Mrs. Glascock works closely with Metro Nashville Public School’s “Reading Clinic” recruiting volunteers to work with students with the goal of having each student read at, or above their grade level when they have fallen behind. Mrs. Glascock’s professional goals include providing meaningful, authentic opportunities for students, caregivers, and teachers to make connections beyond the classroom setting that will impact the overall well-being of Nashville’s youth.