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Corporate Volunteer Project Manager
617-422-0910 Ext. 209
Hannah is a graduate of Brandeis University where she earned a Bachelors degree in English. She developed a passion for advocacy and social justice while coordinating volunteer programs at Brandeis, and is excited to continue her work with nonprofits through Boston Cares. Outside of work, Hannah enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, and ballet.
 
 
 
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Program Assistant
617-422-0910 Ext. 210
Leana is currently a second-year student at Northeastern University studying Human Services and International Affairs. Her passion for nonprofit work stems from her various volunteer experiences throughout high school, and she is excited to be a part of and learn from a nonprofit organization that is working towards a more equitable Boston. She hopes to work towards social justice internationally one day, since she is motivated by global current events, specifically those affecting her family members in Lebanon. Outside of work, Leana enjoys spending time with family and friends, roller skating, theatre, and exploring the city of Boston.
 
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Allies for Immigrants Coordinator, Commonwealth Corps Member
617-422-0910 Ext. 204
Jess is a recent graduate of the George Washington University with a B.A. in International Affairs with a concentration in International Development and minors in Public Policy and German. She is currently doing a service year with Boston Cares as a Massachusetts Commonwealth Corps Allies for Immigrants Program Coordinator. A lifelong resident of Massachusetts, Jess is passionate about serving her community and making sure everyone has equal access to the Boston she knows and loves. Outside of work Jess enjoys traveling, reading, going to vintage markets, and hanging out with her cats and her dog.
 
 
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Executive Director
617-422-0910, Ext. 203
Sara brings 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, with roles focusing on volunteer engagement, program development and management, and relationship develop with nonprofits, corporate partners, community leaders and government programs. In past roles, Sara has been responsible for building and launching a three-year Mississippi State AmeriCorps program engaging up to 70 service members annually in addressing the myriad needs of coastal Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina; assessing nonprofit partner needs and recommending volunteer engagement solutions; working with hundreds of corporate groups for customized community engagement opportunities. Sara holds a Bachelor’s degree from Boston University, a Master’s in Nonprofit Management from Northeastern University, and is an alumnus of the American Express Leadership Academy with the Center for Creative Leadership.
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Program Assistant
617-422-0910 Ext. 202
Skylar is a second-year student at Northeastern University with a major in Human Services and International Affairs. Her passion for social justice and community service stem from previous work with non-profits creating and coordinating events while developing programs. She is excited to expand her experience and further her learning about the non-profit sector through her work with Boston Cares. Other than school and work Skylar loves hiking with her dogs, exploring new places and movie marathons. 
 
 
 
 
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Operations & Special Projects Administrator
617-422-0910, Ext. 205
Laura has over 15 years of nonprofit grants and project management experience. Through her work at Boston Cares and City Year she has collaborated with and managed federal grants from the Corporation for National and Community Service and Governor-appointed State Service Commissions throughout the United States. Laura earned her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Lawrence University and has completed Practical Project Management and Performance Management in Government and Non-Profits coursework with the University of Massachusetts Boston and earned a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate from the University of South Florida Muma School of Business. Laura served as an AmeriCorps member in Chicago for two years following college. Outside of her professional responsibilities, Laura has volunteered with the Boston Cares since 2002 as well as volunteering with the Kennedy Library Foundation’s Profile in Courage Essay Contest and Project 351 and has earned the President’s Volunteer Service Award multiple times.
 
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Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement
617-422-0910 Ext. 206
Kat is happy to be returning to the nonprofit sector after two years of teaching ESL algebra. Previously, she planned corporate volunteer projects as a Senior Manager of Corporate Relations at Jersey Cares, a fellow Points of Light affiliate. Her interest in volunteer events and project planning was sparked by her work with Habitat for Humanity during her time as a student at Rutgers University. Outside of work, Kat enjoys trivia nights, cooking, card games, and playing with her dog, Sandwich.
 
 
 
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Program Manager, Allies for Immigrants
617-422-0910 Ext. 208
Nicole is a graduate of Elon University where she earned a degree in International and Global Studies with a concentration in the Middle East. She is recently completed a term of service with Boston Cares as a Massachusetts Commonwealth Corps Allies for Immigrants Program Coordinator. Nicole has various experiences working with immigrants and she is excited to be able to use her passion for immigrant rights during her service this year. Outside of work, Nicole enjoys running, reading, and hiking.
 
 
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Director, Corporate & Community Engagement
617-422-0910, Ext. 212
Kacey brings 8 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, starting her nonprofit experience with two terms of national service in AmeriCorps. Kacey studied Business Marketing at St. Bonaventure University; a business background offers a natural platform for engaging with local businesses to develop their corporate social responsibility goals.