University of New Haven
Director, Academic Service-Learning
Sally leads and supports the University of New Haven’s institutionalization of academic service-learning by working with faculty to integrate academics with community service. She works with campus departments and community organizations to provide opportunities that transform student perspectives while simultaneously enhancing the Greater New Haven region. Service-learning programs include Service-Learning Scholars, Community Work Study, Careers for the Common Good and Honor Society for Experiential Education. Prior to joining UNH, Sally worked at United Way of Greater New Haven and served as an AmeriCorps*VISTA at Bentley College. Sally has an MS from The New School for Social Research in Nonprofit Management and is a graduate of Providence College with a BA in Public & Community Service. Sally serves as Co-Coordinator for the CT Campus Compact’s Community Engagement Professional Network, a State Advisory Board member for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and has recently been selected for the Yale Community Research Engagement Steering Committee.
Roger Williams University
Director, Feinstein Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement
KC has been with the Feinstein Center since January 2002, though she has been affiliated with RWU in various capacities since 1990. She initially oversaw the Volunteer Center, which evolved into the Feinstein Center and led students on the University’s first Alternative Spring Break in 1994. This experience was transformative, pointing her towards student engagement and leadership. KC has a Bachelor’s Degree from Suffolk University (MA) and a Master’s Degree from Providence College (RI). KC is also an adjunct faculty member, teaching Perspectives in Human Behavior with a focus on community, social justice and social change.
University of Rhode Island
Coordinator, Service Learning & Feinstein Civic Engagement Program
Center for Career and Experiential Education
About the Community Engagement Professionals Network (CEPN)
The Community Engagement Professionals Network (CEPN) is a community of practice for the faculty and staff who are responsible for administrating a community engagement program, office, or initiative on their campus. Through networking, professional development, peer coaching, and sharing best practices, CEPN enhances members’ capacities to advance community engagement on their campus and throughout Connecticut & Rhode Island. The group meets approximately 4 times during each academic year.