Sanuja Goonetilleke joined WolfBrown as an Office and Research Associate in July 2018. She is a graduate of the Arts in Education Master’s program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she is now a Teaching Fellow. Born and raised in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Sanuja holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Converse College, where, in addition to performing in ensembles, she led workshops and events on Social Entrepreneurship and Interfaith Studies. Additionally, she has worked in the fields of arts education research, education policy, and nonprofit management. At present, she performs in the Du Bois Orchestra and is a Teaching Artist through the Boston Philharmonic’s Crescendo program and Maestro Musicians Academy.
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