FMF Team

Toni Corinealdi

Toni Corinealdi is the Director of Community & Partner Engagement for Fund My Future and has worked for Propel Charter Schools since 2008. As Program Manager from 2017-2019, she oversaw the county-wide expansion of Fund My Future, while continuing to manage Fund My Future at 13 Propel Charter Schools.

In 2020, the program expanded again, making this unique savings opportunity available to all families in the state of Pennsylvania. During the initial phases of the planning, she played a leading role providing information and training for the statewide expansion.

Toni believes that Fund My Future is an amazing opportunity available to all families in Pennsylvania. Her vision is that all students in Pennsylvania can graduate from high school with savings available for educational or career goals, giving them a jumpstart on life, building their confidence and preparing them to reach their lifetime goals.

She is a graduate of Point Park University with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership. She is also the mother of two beautiful daughters and grandmother of one dedicated Fund My Future participant who enjoys saving money for her future. She is also the proud recipient of the Clarion University Community Award for implementing the Clarion Emerging Scholars Program at Propel High Schools.

To get in touch with Toni, please email her at


Michele Gronsky

Michelle GronskyMichele Gronsky is the Fund My Future Clerk. She is a former employee of PNC Bank where she worked as a Senior Financial Consultant. She has achieved some of the highest recognitions awarded by the bank. She feels her greatest accomplishment was when she was able to find the best savings products for her clients and watch their investments grow!

As a parent of 5 children and a grandparent of 6, Michele understands the importance of finances. She opened savings accounts for all of her children when they were infants and has done the same for her grandchildren. “When my children were small they knew any birthday or holiday money they received would be deposited into their bank accounts.” As a result of this, her children were able to get an education, purchase homes and automobiles, and establish a savings routine of their own. Her goal is to instill the same savings habits with her grandchildren so they too can fulfill their dreams and aspirations!

To get in touch with Michele, please email her at

Sarah Dieleman Perry

Sarah Dieleman Perry is the Director of Economic Opportunity at Neighborhood Allies. She created and facilitates the Pittsburgh Asset Building Network, the Pittsburgh Saves campaign, and the Financial Inclusion Working Group; launched and manages the local Financial Opportunity Center network in conjunction with Local Initiatives Support Corporation; and directs the Financial Empowerment Center initiative with the City of Pittsburgh. The Economic Opportunity initiatives at Neighborhood Allies address racial and geographic gaps in income, wealth, and opportunity by increasing knowledge, hope, skills, and assets.

Since 2017, Sarah has assisted Propel with partnership development, communications, and operations during the expansion of Fund My Future.

Sarah has a Master’s Degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Economic and Social Development.

To get in touch with Sarah, please email her at


Jeremy Resnick

Jeremy Resnick is an Innovation Fellow with the Propel Schools Foundation and is a co-founder of Propel Schools.

Fund My Future is one of several innovative initiatives launched during his tenure as Propel School’s Executive Director from its founding in 2001 through 2019.   With his leadership, Propel Schools grew to be a regional force in efforts to reform Southwestern Pennsylvania public education. His work has been recognized with the Pittsburgh Business Times’ 2007 Diamond Award; Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners’ 2009 Social Venture Award; and 2013 Distinguished Individual Leadership Award from Coro Pittsburgh.

A former teacher in Pittsburgh Public Schools, he also founded Northside Urban Pathways Charter School, Steel Center Technical Academy and the Charter Schools Project at Duquesne University. Jeremy continues to work on the expansion of Fund My Future as part of his fellowship.

To get in touch with Jeremy, please email him at