Director, Massachusetts Promise Fellowship
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232 Hastings Hall
Colleen also spent two years with MACC as the AmeriCorps*VISTA leader, training and supporting her fellow VISTA members serving on campuses across the state. In 2006, she joined the staff of the Massachusetts Promise Fellowship (MPF), a statewide AmeriCorps program focused on delivering mentoring, academic enrichment, and college and career readiness programs to young people through out-of-school time programming. Colleen served as a coordinator and manager with MPF, designing and delivering training, supporting and coaching AmeriCorps members, developing and managing evaluation systems, and developing and strengthening community partnerships. In her current role as Director, Colleen leads a team of staff in supporting 40 AmeriCorps members to deliver essential programs to young people across the Commonwealth.
Colleen is an advocate for individuals with disabilities and has served as a volunteer and mentor with Best Buddies and Partners for Youth with Disabilities. She is also a board member of Oil Heat Cares, a non-profit foundation that assists needy persons and organizations with the replacement of their oil heating appliances.
Colleen holds a BA in Social Science and Public and Community Service Studies from Providence College and an MA in Leadership and Non-Profit Management from Northeastern University.
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Fun fact: I am a black belt in Shotokan karate.