About Our ChapterGive
With the recent news in our country regarding racial oppression, particularly against Black and African American communities, our team at After-School All-Stars Puget Sound (ASAS) felt it was imperative to open up dialogue with our students and create a safe virtual space for them to reflect, voice, and discuss their feelings. Through our virtual programs, our staff have created a class called “Your Voice Matters” to discuss important topics with our students, including identity, bias, discrimination, racism, equality vs. equity, institutional racism, structural racism, and more…
74% Qualify for the Free & Reduced Lunch Program
31% Black/African American
25% Asian American/Pacific Islander
2% Native American
2% Other/Multiple Groups
Ranna Daud, Executive Director
Ranna grew up in Pullman, WA and attended Washington State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management with a double minor in business and comparative ethnic studies. Ranna also went on to earn a master’s degree in sport and leisure service management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She later authored and published “Outcome Study of an After-School Program for Youth in a High-risk Environment,” which appeared in volume 26 of Journal of Park and Recreational Administration.
Ranna joined After-School All-Stars in 2004 as Program Manager for two years with ASAS Las Vegas. She returned in 2009 as Associate Director before being promoted to Executive Director in June 2013. Ranna oversaw ASAS Las Vegas’s operations and the deployment of its mission at 14 schools throughout Southern Nevada, while being the liaison between the board of directors and other various partners throughout the community. A Washington native, Ranna was excited to return to her home state and represent ASAS in the Puget Sound region as the organization’s primary ambassador and spokesperson. As the Founding Executive Director for one of the newest ASAS chapters, Ranna is working hard to establish partnerships throughout the communities that are served by ASAS programming.