Supporting students to overcome educational inequities in the Greater Philadelphia area

HGP Leadership

Lauren Maloney, Executive Director

Lauren Maloney is the Executive Director of Horizons Greater Philadelphia (HGP), and works to expand the Horizons Network of learning programs in the Philadelphia area. Prior to joining HGP, Lauren served as Director of Development at Cornerstone Christian Academy, a K-8 independent school in Southwest Philadelphia. Prior to Cornerstone, Lauren spent six years in Development and Alumni Engagement at The Episcopal Academy. Lauren holds a Masters in Education from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Psychology from Lafayette College, and possesses significant secondary education experience. A lifelong Philadelphia-area resident, Lauren brings a passion for educational equity within the broader Philadelphia community. 

Sarah Keffer, Assistant Program Director

Sarah has been working with Horizons since High School when she volunteered at the Episcopal program. In addition, she taught fourth grade at both Horizons at Episcopal Academy and Horizons at Dedham Country Day School. Sarah graduated from Boston College with her BA in Elementary and Education and Political Science. In addition to working for Horizons Greater Philadelphia, Sarah is a second grade teacher at the Gesu School.

Program Site Leadership

Courtney Delaney, Executive Director
Horizons at the Episcopal Academy

Courtney joined Horizons at the Episcopal Academy in January 2020. She has significant non-profit, e-commerce and financial experience, most recently as an accounting consultant and adjunct instructor at Villanova University. Courtney coordinates all community outreach and fundraising, oversees the budget and manages all public relations and communications for the program.

Monica Quarrie, Executive Director
Horizons at Greene Street Friends School

Monica joined Horizons at Greene Street Friends in 2022 as Executive Director. Monica was a teacher and team leader at Success Academy in Brooklyn. Her most recent position was as Director of Advancement and Director of Covid-19 Task Force at Mary, Mother of the Redeemer School. In addition to fundraising, areas of responsibility have included coordination of enrollment management, development, communications, public relations, and direction of the Covid-19 task force. Monica has her B.A in history and political science from Villanova University and has also completed her Masters of Science in Education (MS Ed.) at Touro College. She is also in the process of completing her Elementary Principal Certification from Immaculata University.

Keshema Davidson, Executive Director, Horizons at Cristo Rey Philadelphia

Keshema is the Executive Director of Horizons at Cristo Rey Philadelphia where she led the Exploratory Committee process for the Horizons program’s formation along with its fundraising, program development, and student recruitment efforts. She also serves as the school’s Manager of Community Affairs where she manages special projects for the internal school community and works closely with the school’s neighborhood, the Tioga section of North Philadelphia. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in International Affairs from Drexel University and holds a Master’s in Public Policy from Temple University. She serves on the board of Neighbors Investing in Childs Elementary (NICE) and the League of Women Voters of Philadelphia. Keshema is a current Buchholz Fellow with the Committee of Seventy.

Kenyatta Patterson, Site Director, Horizons at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy

Kenyatta Patterson is the Site Director of Horizons at SCH and has been with the program since its founding. Kenyatta joined SCH in the summer of 2021 working as a reading specialist in our Horizons Program. In August of 2021, she started her role as a 4th-grade girls homeroom teacher. Kenyatta holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Temple University where she studied early childhood and elementary education. She also holds a Master of Education from Eastern University where she focused on Multicultural Education. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Education in Educational Leadership with a certification in Supervision and Administration. She has over 10 years of experience in education.