Leah Guliasi came to WSCAT is 2015 as an AmeriCorps VISTA and continued to work with WSCAT when her volunteer year was complete. She currently serves as WSCAT’s IDA Program Administrator and Artisans’ Co-op Project Manager, assisting community members in opening IDA accounts, co-facilitating trainings, conducting needs assessments and feasibility studies, writing grant proposals, running the outdoor market, and reporting on the IDA program. She is also a certified AARP tax aide and housing counselor. She has been working with artists since 2016 and helped Tananáwit become a non-profit. She is a liaison and Secretary to the Tananáwit board, where she continues to update online pages, oversees bookkeeping for the organization, and helps artists find ways to sell and promote their work. She also serves as the Board Secretary/Treasurer for the Madras Downtown Association. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics in 2014 and a Master’s Degree in Community Development and Planning in 2015, both at Clark University in Worcester, MA.