Congratulations to Certificate Program Graduates
The Providers’ Council congratulates all the graduates of the 2015-16 Certificate in Nonprofit Human Services Management Program, offered in partnership with Clark University in Worcester and Suffolk University in Boston. In all, 44 people representing 20 organizations earned their certificates.
Graduating from Suffolk on June 22 were:
Johnson Ashu, Bay Cove Human Services; Stephanie Brown, Pine Street Inn; Jen Daly, Pine Street Inn; Andre-Fils Dorsainvil, Bay Cove Human Services; Shirley Fajardo, ABCD; Carmen Farias, ABCD; Ella Froggatt, Providers’ Council; Amy Hallinan, Bridgewell; Durrell Harris, ABCD; Marc Jean Jacques, Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center; Malcolm Joseph, Roxbury Youthworks, Inc.; Bridget Kelly, Eliot Community Human Services; Ashley Lazarre, Bay Cove Human Services; Jessica Nardone, ABCD; Rebecca Lynn Pecor, ABCD; Charyn Perdomo, ABCD; Ilana Rubin, NuPath; Christopher Schaar, Pine Street Inn; Emily Shea, ABCD; Abigail Taylor, Bay Cove Human Services; Keith Thomson, Eliot Community Human Services; Toya Walker, Children’s Services of Roxbury; Aiesha Washington, ABCD; and Kiriza Zihalirwa, Bay Cove Human Services.
NuPath CEO Dan Harrison provided the keynote address.
Graduating from Clark on June 29 were:
Nicole Atchue, Advocates; Chastity Bowick, AIDS Project Worcester; Emily Dion, The Bridge of Central Massachusetts; Beth Early, Seven Hills Foundation; Jillian Feeney, Bay Cove Human Services; Marie Guillaume, Advocates; Peter Koudriachev, Walnut Street Center; Steven Malmren, Bridgewell; Michele McCormick, Community Resources for Justice; Highness Meena-Kaguo, Prestige Health Care Service, Inc.; Nancy Molligi, Walnut Street Center; Mohamed Ndjikam, Eliot Community Human Services; Henrietta Nyaigoti, Advocates; Josephine Nyguen, CENTRO; Eva Osagiede, Walnut Street Center; Peter Quinn, The Bridge of Central Massachusetts; Carline Thibault, Advocates; Cathy Tolson, CENTRO; Nicholas Urato, NFI Massachusetts; and Liz Vittum, Seven Hills Foundation.
Ken Bates of The Bridge of Central Massachusetts delivered the keynote address. The next session of the Certificate for Nonprofit Human Services Management program begins in the fall.