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Femi Stoltz

Femi Stoltz

Massachusetts Policy Director

Femi is Massachusetts Policy Director at uAspire. In this role, she works to advance policies that will make Massachusetts financial aid more equitable, transparent, and simpler through strategic advocacy and policymaker education. Femi is extremely passionate about higher education access for low-income, BIPOC, and first-generation college students. Femi joins uAspire after having spent several years working in various higher education roles including academic advising, career services & employer relations, and civic engagement; and working for non-profit organizations focused on higher education. 

Throughout her time working in higher education and non-profit organizations, Femi was committed to serving as a voice for underrepresented students and amassed extensive experience with higher education policy, student organizing, and civic participation. 

Femi is a dual graduate of Bridgewater State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in public administration. Femi is also a current graduate student at Tufts University, where she studies diversity and inclusion leadership.

Why uAspire?

Having spent so much time working with students in higher education I have seen first-hand the struggles that students can face when dealing with difficult financial aid processes. uAspire is dedicated to making financial aid processes less cumbersome, more equitable, and more accessible for the students who need aid most. I can absolutely get on board with that!