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Published Wednesday May 15, 2024

SARSEF CEO Julie Euber Selected as Board President for Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE)

AzCASE Executive Director Courtney Sullivan, Past AzCASE Board President Eva Harlow, and Julie Euber at the 50 State Afterschool Network Meeting in Washington D.C.

Tucson, AZ

May 15, 2024

AzCASE (Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence) has announced that Julie Euber, CEO of the Tucson-based nonprofit SARSEF, has been elected as President of the AzCASE Board of Directors.

AzCASE’s mission is to advocate for accessible, high-quality expanded learning opportunities for all Arizona children and youth statewide. As a leading voice in the out-of-school time community, AzCASE focuses on professional development, advocacy, and capacity building to ensure that every child in Arizona has access to enriching experiences beyond the traditional classroom setting.

As SARSEF CEO, Julie builds and supports a community of staff, board members, partners, and supporters to strategically bring SARSEF closer to its mission of creating Arizona’s next generation of critical thinkers and problem solvers through science and engineering. Previously, Julie served as TGen’s Manager of Education and Outreach where she increased the community’s working knowledge of genomics and educated, trained, and inspired the next generation of researchers and physicians. Since joining the board in 2020, Julie has been a resource on what quality engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math can look like in out-of-school-time spaces.

“Without the out-of-school-time programs I grew up with, I wouldn’t be the person I am today. That’s where I developed leadership skills and a comfort level with science,” Julie shared. “Getting to know AzCASE during my time on the board, I’ve been honored to see how their work provides opportunities for programs to not only grow to meet the significant need for afterschool enrichment but also to refine and celebrate the quality of their programming.”

For more information about AzCASE and its initiatives, please visit