In May 2008, Roseanne Baker graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. During her Junior year of college, she had the privilege to travel to England and spend a semester studying at Oxford University. Throughout high school and college, Roseanne worked with children in a variety of capacities. In high school, she spent 2 years teaching music theory, while in college, she worked at a variety of enrichment camps and programs in the cities of Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and Santa Barbara. It was while planning and implementing reading lessons at a camp called Fun In The Sun (FITS) in her hometown of Santa Barbara in Summer of 2006 that she witnessed firsthand the devastating effects the achievement gap had on her amazing group of 4th-6th grade girls, and she wanted to be actively involved in changing this. After college, Roseanne moved to New York to join PAVE in its founding year as part of the Teach for America program. In June 2010, Roseanne graduated with a Masters in General Childhood Education from Hunter College- Teacher U.