Roca Impact Institute Advisory Board and Staff 2

Roca Impact Institute Staff and Coaches

 

Molly Baldwin
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Roca

Molly Baldwin founded Roca, Inc. in 1988 and serves as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. For three decades, Molly has been a tireless advocate, mentor, and community convener, reaching out to the highest-risk young people and bringing together the major institutions, corporations, and agencies that affect their lives.

Molly led Roca to be a high-performing, data-driven organization, with a nationally recognized intervention model that focuses on better outcomes for young people and communities. A long-distance runner, she is a graduate of U-Mass, Amherst, holds a master’s degree in Education from Lesley University and an honorary Ph.D. from Salem State University and Lesley University.

Jennifer Clammer
Executive Director, Roca Impact Institute

Jennifer Clammer recently rejoined the Roca team as the Executive Director of the Roca Impact Institute. She is happy to be back at Roca after 20 years and to help the Roca Impact Institute bring the belief, the strategies, and the evidence to communities that change is possible.

Prior to working with Roca, Jennifer was the Chief Strategy Officer at the Phoenix Charter Academy Network, a network of alternative schools committed to re-engaging young adults toward a high school and college path. Prior to that she was the National Director of Technical Assistance at YouthBuild USA, a 250 + network of alternative education and workforce development programs. With over 20 years of experience in non-profit leadership, Jennifer is passionate about building the capacity of people, organizations, and communities to work with young people who are most often left out of existing programs and initiatives. Jennifer received her B.A. from Wesleyan University and her master’s degree in School/Professional Child Psychology from New York University.

Anisha Chablani
Senior Advisor/Co-Creator Roca Rewire, Roca Impact Institute

Anisha Chablani started her career at Roca as a youth worker in 2000 and began running Roca’s programming in 2002. As a Chief Programming Officer, Anisha oversees Roca’s staff training functions and is responsible for creating and implementing Roca’s performance-based management system. As part of this role, Anisha leads Roca’s efforts in driving towards outcomes, maintaining fidelity to the Roca Intervention Model, and leading the development and implementation of Roca’s CBT curriculum. HIGHLIGHT RII WORK (REWIRE, ETC)

Anisha has over 15 years of direct service experience working with high-risk young adults and has over 8 years of program and organizational management experience. Anisha holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston College and a master’s degree in Education from Lesley University.

Lili Elkins
Lead Coach/Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Chief Strategy Officer, Roca

Lili Elkins has served as Roca’s Chief Development and Strategy Officer since 2011. She has over 20 years of fundraising, program design and program management experience working with non-profits. Lili aids Roca and the Impact Institute with resource development; strategic planning and financial forecasting; program design, development, operations, and replication; program evaluation, including work with third party evaluators; and operation of special projects.

In addition to her work at Roca, Lili is an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Executive Program for a master’s degree in Public Administration, where she teaches Financial Management in Government and Nonprofits. In Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health she also teaches Public Health Finance. A member of the New Jersey Bar, she has her J.D. from Rutgers University, an M.A. in public policy and administration from Columbia University, and a B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University.

Major Bryon Conaway
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Commander, Southern District Baltimore Police Department

Major Conaway has been a member of the Baltimore Police Department for over 22 years, acting as Commander of the Southern District since 2019. He has profound knowledge in internal investigations, community-focused crime initiatives, publics presentations, public safety programming, administration and management, as well as emergency response protocols. As a partner of the Impact Institute, Major Conaway provides key support from law enforcement in the City of Baltimore to enhance the

Major Conaway holds a B.S. in Organizational Leadership from Johns Hopkins University and a certificate in Organizational Leadership from the University of Maryland. Major Conaway has advanced training in leadership from the Police Executive Leadership Institute and the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association, as well as advanced training in Interview and Interrogation.

Captain Dave Batchelor
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Captain, Community Services Division, Chelsea Police Department
Founder, Chelsea Hub

Dave Batchelor is Captain of the Community Services Division for the Chelsea Police Department, with his law enforcement career spanning 34 years. His division works closely with schools, residents, businesses, and community organizations to set priorities for the department. The unit’s main directive is to create a safe environment for the residents of Chelsea and those who visit or work here, and their School Resource Officer Program increases safety in schools and fosters an open dialogue between police and youth. As a coach and advisor with the Roca Impact Institute, Captain Bachelor is the lead trainer and coach for cities that are interested in implementing a hub.

In 2015, Captain Batchelor led the effort to start the nationally recognized Chelsea Hub, a multi-disciplinary approach to community safety and well-being that addresses individuals and families facing high levels of risk and mobilizes appropriate teams to intervene and mitigate risk. Batchelor holds a master’s degree in Criminal Justice and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the PERF Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP).

Dan Cortez
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Community Engagement Specialist, Chelsea Police Department
Chair, Chelsea Hub

Dan Cortez is the Community Engagement Specialist for the Chelsea Police Department in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Dan works closely with residents, community leaders, elected officials, business owners and community-based organizations along with police personnel to create meaningful relationships and partnerships aimed at improving the safety and well-being of the community. As a partner of the Roca Impact Institute, Dan provides training and coaching for cities interested in implementing a hub.

Dan chairs the Chelsea Hub, a multi-disciplinary approach to reducing risk and connecting individuals and families to services. He is a member of Department of Children and Families Area Board and sits on numerous advisory committees while serving in a variety of leadership capacities in Chelsea. He has vast experience in designing and facilitating culturally competent leadership programs for both youth and adults. Dan is a graduate of both Valley Leadership and the Hispanic Leadership Institute. He received the “Outstanding Alumni” award from the Hispanic Business Alumni Association at his alma mater, Arizona State University.

Sheryl Goldstein
Lead Coach/Advisor, Roca Impact Institute

Sheryl is the founder of Pluck Consulting and a respected leader, former lawyer and litigator that brings a wealth of professional knowledge and diversity of experience, connecting the right teams and partnering with organizations and community representatives to forge lasting, effective collaborations and partnerships. Sheryl leads by example, successfully moving projects from theory to practice, and her core desire is to educate, motivate and mentor, and fundamentally improve the world around her. As a Roca Impact Institute Coach and Advisor, Sheryl provides in depth coaching for systems change initiatives.

Prior to starting Pluck, she was the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations for Baltimore City Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young. In that role she oversaw Baltimore’s core infrastructure and human services agencies. Following in 2007, Sheryl served as the Director of the Baltimore Mayor’s Office on Criminal Justice, which focused on developing, coordinating, and implementing Baltimore City’s criminal and juvenile justice strategies. During her tenure with the city, she led the development and implementation of Baltimore’s gun violence reduction strategy and reforming the criminal justice system’s response to sexual assaults. She also reshaped Baltimore’s crime camera program, making it more effective in reducing crime while also reducing the program’s costs by $1 million per year. Sheryl earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center, and her B.A. from University of Michigan.

John Grossman
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute

John’s vocation is using evidence-informed practices, data, finance, technology, and the law to drive outcomes, create greater equity, and enhance accountability in the public and social sectors. As Senior Advisor to the Roca Impact Institute, his role and expertise enhance the Institute’s ability to evaluate processes [examples of role functions].

John co-built a 45-person national non-profit consulting firm helping government achieve better outcomes for those most in need and managed the nation’s largest Pay for Success project, led the Massachusetts agencies responsible for forensic science and public safety technology, and worked as a prosecutor, launching the country’s first statewide computer crime division. [CJ background highlights]

He currently serves as a Senior Fellow with Third Sector Capital Partners, which focuses on funding evidence-based nonprofits in the social sector. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Concord Academy and leads the board’s Community & Equity Committee. John received an M.B.A. from MIT, a Juris Doctor from Boston University, and a B.A. from Penn State University. He currently lives in Newton, MA with his wife and three children.

Alexandra von Glahn
Project Manager, Roca Impact Institute

Alexandra joined the Roca Impact Institute in December 2020, transitioning from five years in the Affordable Housing Sector. While working in housing, she developed her key skills in community engagement, strategic planning, community development, and project organization. As Project Manager for the Institute, Alexandra works in tandem with the institute staff and partners to implement the integral trainings and offerings that help our communities engage successfully with the most at-risk youth.

She served for two years as the President of the New Hampshire Resident Service Coordinators, as well as committee member and co-chair of the New England Resident Service Coordinator annual conference. Her community engagement was further expanded as a housing coach for reentry programs at local homeless shelters, and lobbying State congressional leaders to pass bills that improve the lives of residents, such as NH SB-247 which expanded lead restrictions. Alexandra is also an active 2019 Fellow of the New Leaders Council, Maine Chapter. Alexandra earned her B.A. in Linguistics and Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso, and holds honors from Alpha Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, and UTEP. She is a Certified Tax Credit Specialist and Occupancy Specialist through the National Center for Housing Management.


Roca Impact Institute Partners & Senior Advisors

 

Roca Impact Institute consults with the agencies and individuals below for their expertise in leading regional and systems change.

Gifford Center
Michael Jacobson/ISLG
Edward Dolan

Peter Forbes
Senior Advisor, Roca Impact Institute
Commissioner, Massachusetts DYS

Peter Forbes was appointed Commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS) in May 2013 and reappointed in 2015.

Commissioner Forbes remains committed to sustaining efforts that ensure low-risk youth do not penetrate the deep end of the juvenile justice system, and that youth in custody receive appropriate and effective services where and when they need them. Priorities for the agency under Peter’s stewardship include educational attainment and employment and training opportunities for the youth in the custody of the Department with the long-term goal of improving public safety and reducing recidivism. Peter has additionally focused agency planning around the concept of fairness with the understanding that if youth (and families) perceive their interaction with juvenile justice professionals as fair they will be more likely to internalize positive change.

Peter holds a Master of Science in Human Services from the College of Public and Community Service at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and an undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

HIGHLIGHT ON ROCA STAFF PRACTITIONERS

RII regularly uses Roca staff as part of training and coaching engagements to capitalize on the direct service expertise.
2 staff members…? Derek, Sulai, or Tha

Roca Impact Institute Partners & Senior Advisors

 

Roca Impact Institute consults with the agencies and individuals below for their expertise in leading regional and systems change.

Gifford Center
Michael Jacobson/ISLG
Edward Dolan

Peter Forbes
Senior Advisor, Roca Impact Institute
Commissioner, Massachusetts DYS

Peter Forbes was appointed Commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS) in May 2013 and reappointed in 2015.

Commissioner Forbes remains committed to sustaining efforts that ensure low-risk youth do not penetrate the deep end of the juvenile justice system, and that youth in custody receive appropriate and effective services where and when they need them. Priorities for the agency under Peter’s stewardship include educational attainment and employment and training opportunities for the youth in the custody of the Department with the long-term goal of improving public safety and reducing recidivism. Peter has additionally focused agency planning around the concept of fairness with the understanding that if youth (and families) perceive their interaction with juvenile justice professionals as fair they will be more likely to internalize positive change.

Peter holds a Master of Science in Human Services from the College of Public and Community Service at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and an undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

HIGHLIGHT ON ROCA STAFF PRACTITIONERS

RII regularly uses Roca staff as part of training and coaching engagements to capitalize on the direct service expertise.
2 staff members…? Derek, Sulai, or Tha

Ana Bermudez
Commissioner, NYC Department of Probation

Ana M. Bermúdez is the NYC Department of Probation’s (DOP’s) first openly gay person, first Latina and second woman to be appointed Commissioner. A graduate of Brown University and Yale Law School, Commissioner Bermúdez began her professional career representing children in family court cases at the Legal Aid Society. For over twenty years, she has been a tireless advocate for children and teenagers involved in the justice system through the development and implementation of strengths-based interventions, the application of restorative and youth development practices and the designing of programs that ensure successful re-integration for adjudicated juveniles.


Andre M. Davis
Retired Federal Judge
Former City Solicitor, City of Baltimore

Andre M. Davis served for thirty years as a judge on four courts: the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the United States District court, the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, and the Maryland state District Court. Before his appointment as a judge, he had served as an appellate attorney for the Civil Rights Division for the U.S. Department of Justice and as an Assistant United States Attorney in Baltimore. Upon retiring from the bench, the Mayor of Baltimore appointed Davis as City Solicitor. In that role, which he held until March 2020, he led the City Law Department, comprised of more than one hundred lawyers and support personnel, and served as one of five members of the City’s Board of Estimates, the municipal spending authority. Davis received a BA in American history from the University of Pennsylvania and graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland School of Law.


Lauren Sanchez Gilbert, Ed.D

Lauren Sanchez Gilbert
CEO, BellXcel
Board Member, Roca

Lauren Sanchez Gilbert, Ed.D. is Chief Executive Officer at BellXcel, a leading national non-profit in youth development. BellXcel partners with youth organizations and schools to license its evidence-based comprehensive solution for K-8 afterschool and summer programming.

She serves as a member of The Bridgespan Group’s Knowledge Advisory Board, a diverse group of recognized leaders committed to accelerating impact in the social sector and deepening the relevance and influence of insights and tools. Lauren has attended the highly selective nonprofit leadership program at Harvard University, and was named a Results for America Nonprofit Fellow in 2016. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico in Special Education and earned a Doctorate in Education from Boston College.

Mike Davis
Vice President Campus Safety/Chief of Police, Northeastern University Police
Board Member, Roca

Michael A. Davis is Vice President of Campus Safety and Chief of Police, with authority over all Northeastern campuses and facilities. He oversees all aspects of Northeastern’s public safety division, including a comprehensive program of services, such as police, security, crime prevention, fire safety, and emergency medical services. Davis also ensures the university is prepared to address safety concerns for Northeastern students studying and working across the globe. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in organizational management from Concordia University.

Roca Impact Institute Staff and Coaches

 

Molly Baldwin
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Roca

Molly Baldwin founded Roca, Inc. in 1988 and serves as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. For three decades, Molly has been a tireless advocate, mentor, and community convener, reaching out to the highest-risk young people and bringing together the major institutions, corporations, and agencies that affect their lives.

Molly led Roca to be a high-performing, data-driven organization, with a nationally recognized intervention model that focuses on better outcomes for young people and communities. A long-distance runner, she is a graduate of U-Mass, Amherst, holds a master’s degree in Education from Lesley University and an honorary Ph.D. from Salem State University and Lesley University.

Jennifer Clammer
Executive Director, Roca Impact Institute

Jennifer Clammer recently rejoined the Roca team as the Executive Director of the Roca Impact Institute. She is happy to be back at Roca after 20 years and to help the Roca Impact Institute bring the belief, the strategies, and the evidence to communities that change is possible.

Prior to working with Roca, Jennifer was the Chief Strategy Officer at the Phoenix Charter Academy Network, a network of alternative schools committed to re-engaging young adults toward a high school and college path. Prior to that she was the National Director of Technical Assistance at YouthBuild USA, a 250 + network of alternative education and workforce development programs. With over 20 years of experience in non-profit leadership, Jennifer is passionate about building the capacity of people, organizations, and communities to work with young people who are most often left out of existing programs and initiatives. Jennifer received her B.A. from Wesleyan University and her master’s degree in School/Professional Child Psychology from New York University.

Anisha Chablani
Senior Advisor/Co-Creator Roca Rewire, Roca Impact Institute

Anisha Chablani started her career at Roca as a youth worker in 2000 and began running Roca’s programming in 2002. As a Chief Programming Officer, Anisha oversees Roca’s staff training functions and is responsible for creating and implementing Roca’s performance-based management system. As part of this role, Anisha leads Roca’s efforts in driving towards outcomes, maintaining fidelity to the Roca Intervention Model, and leading the development and implementation of Roca’s CBT curriculum. HIGHLIGHT RII WORK (REWIRE, ETC)

Anisha has over 15 years of direct service experience working with high-risk young adults and has over 8 years of program and organizational management experience. Anisha holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston College and a master’s degree in Education from Lesley University.

Lili Elkins
Lead Coach/Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Chief Strategy Officer, Roca

Lili Elkins has served as Roca’s Chief Development and Strategy Officer since 2011. She has over 20 years of fundraising, program design and program management experience working with non-profits. Lili aids Roca and the Impact Institute with resource development; strategic planning and financial forecasting; program design, development, operations, and replication; program evaluation, including work with third party evaluators; and operation of special projects.

In addition to her work at Roca, Lili is an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Executive Program for a master’s degree in Public Administration, where she teaches Financial Management in Government and Nonprofits. In Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health she also teaches Public Health Finance. A member of the New Jersey Bar, she has her J.D. from Rutgers University, an M.A. in public policy and administration from Columbia University, and a B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University.

Major Bryon Conaway
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Commander, Southern District Baltimore Police Department

Major Conaway has been a member of the Baltimore Police Department for over 22 years, acting as Commander of the Southern District since 2019. He has profound knowledge in internal investigations, community-focused crime initiatives, publics presentations, public safety programming, administration and management, as well as emergency response protocols. As a partner of the Impact Institute, Major Conaway provides key support from law enforcement in the City of Baltimore to enhance the

Major Conaway holds a B.S. in Organizational Leadership from Johns Hopkins University and a certificate in Organizational Leadership from the University of Maryland. Major Conaway has advanced training in leadership from the Police Executive Leadership Institute and the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association, as well as advanced training in Interview and Interrogation.

Captain Dave Batchelor
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Captain, Community Services Division, Chelsea Police Department
Founder, Chelsea Hub

Dave Batchelor is Captain of the Community Services Division for the Chelsea Police Department, with his law enforcement career spanning 34 years. His division works closely with schools, residents, businesses, and community organizations to set priorities for the department. The unit’s main directive is to create a safe environment for the residents of Chelsea and those who visit or work here, and their School Resource Officer Program increases safety in schools and fosters an open dialogue between police and youth. As a coach and advisor with the Roca Impact Institute, Captain Bachelor is the lead trainer and coach for cities that are interested in implementing a hub.

In 2015, Captain Batchelor led the effort to start the nationally recognized Chelsea Hub, a multi-disciplinary approach to community safety and well-being that addresses individuals and families facing high levels of risk and mobilizes appropriate teams to intervene and mitigate risk. Batchelor holds a master’s degree in Criminal Justice and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the PERF Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP).

Dan Cortez
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute
Community Engagement Specialist, Chelsea Police Department
Chair, Chelsea Hub

Dan Cortez is the Community Engagement Specialist for the Chelsea Police Department in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Dan works closely with residents, community leaders, elected officials, business owners and community-based organizations along with police personnel to create meaningful relationships and partnerships aimed at improving the safety and well-being of the community. As a partner of the Roca Impact Institute, Dan provides training and coaching for cities interested in implementing a hub.

Dan chairs the Chelsea Hub, a multi-disciplinary approach to reducing risk and connecting individuals and families to services. He is a member of Department of Children and Families Area Board and sits on numerous advisory committees while serving in a variety of leadership capacities in Chelsea. He has vast experience in designing and facilitating culturally competent leadership programs for both youth and adults. Dan is a graduate of both Valley Leadership and the Hispanic Leadership Institute. He received the “Outstanding Alumni” award from the Hispanic Business Alumni Association at his alma mater, Arizona State University.

Sheryl Goldstein
Lead Coach/Advisor, Roca Impact Institute

Sheryl is the founder of Pluck Consulting and a respected leader, former lawyer and litigator that brings a wealth of professional knowledge and diversity of experience, connecting the right teams and partnering with organizations and community representatives to forge lasting, effective collaborations and partnerships. Sheryl leads by example, successfully moving projects from theory to practice, and her core desire is to educate, motivate and mentor, and fundamentally improve the world around her. As a Roca Impact Institute Coach and Advisor, Sheryl provides in depth coaching for systems change initiatives.

Prior to starting Pluck, she was the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations for Baltimore City Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young. In that role she oversaw Baltimore’s core infrastructure and human services agencies. Following in 2007, Sheryl served as the Director of the Baltimore Mayor’s Office on Criminal Justice, which focused on developing, coordinating, and implementing Baltimore City’s criminal and juvenile justice strategies. During her tenure with the city, she led the development and implementation of Baltimore’s gun violence reduction strategy and reforming the criminal justice system’s response to sexual assaults. She also reshaped Baltimore’s crime camera program, making it more effective in reducing crime while also reducing the program’s costs by $1 million per year. Sheryl earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center, and her B.A. from University of Michigan.

John Grossman
Consultant, Roca Impact Institute

John’s vocation is using evidence-informed practices, data, finance, technology, and the law to drive outcomes, create greater equity, and enhance accountability in the public and social sectors. As Senior Advisor to the Roca Impact Institute, his role and expertise enhance the Institute’s ability to evaluate processes [examples of role functions].

John co-built a 45-person national non-profit consulting firm helping government achieve better outcomes for those most in need and managed the nation’s largest Pay for Success project, led the Massachusetts agencies responsible for forensic science and public safety technology, and worked as a prosecutor, launching the country’s first statewide computer crime division. [CJ background highlights]

He currently serves as a Senior Fellow with Third Sector Capital Partners, which focuses on funding evidence-based nonprofits in the social sector. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Concord Academy and leads the board’s Community & Equity Committee. John received an M.B.A. from MIT, a Juris Doctor from Boston University, and a B.A. from Penn State University. He currently lives in Newton, MA with his wife and three children.

Alexandra von Glahn
Project Manager, Roca Impact Institute

Alexandra joined the Roca Impact Institute in December 2020, transitioning from five years in the Affordable Housing Sector. While working in housing, she developed her key skills in community engagement, strategic planning, community development, and project organization. As Project Manager for the Institute, Alexandra works in tandem with the institute staff and partners to implement the integral trainings and offerings that help our communities engage successfully with the most at-risk youth.

She served for two years as the President of the New Hampshire Resident Service Coordinators, as well as committee member and co-chair of the New England Resident Service Coordinator annual conference. Her community engagement was further expanded as a housing coach for reentry programs at local homeless shelters, and lobbying State congressional leaders to pass bills that improve the lives of residents, such as NH SB-247 which expanded lead restrictions. Alexandra is also an active 2019 Fellow of the New Leaders Council, Maine Chapter. Alexandra earned her B.A. in Linguistics and Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso, and holds honors from Alpha Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, and UTEP. She is a Certified Tax Credit Specialist and Occupancy Specialist through the National Center for Housing Management.


Roca Impact Institute Partners & Senior Advisors

 

Roca Impact Institute consults with the agencies and individuals below for their expertise in leading regional and systems change.

Gifford Center
Michael Jacobson/ISLG
Edward Dolan

Peter Forbes
Senior Advisor, Roca Impact Institute
Commissioner, Massachusetts DYS

Peter Forbes was appointed Commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS) in May 2013 and reappointed in 2015.

Commissioner Forbes remains committed to sustaining efforts that ensure low-risk youth do not penetrate the deep end of the juvenile justice system, and that youth in custody receive appropriate and effective services where and when they need them. Priorities for the agency under Peter’s stewardship include educational attainment and employment and training opportunities for the youth in the custody of the Department with the long-term goal of improving public safety and reducing recidivism. Peter has additionally focused agency planning around the concept of fairness with the understanding that if youth (and families) perceive their interaction with juvenile justice professionals as fair they will be more likely to internalize positive change.

Peter holds a Master of Science in Human Services from the College of Public and Community Service at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and an undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

HIGHLIGHT ON ROCA STAFF PRACTITIONERS

RII regularly uses Roca staff as part of training and coaching engagements to capitalize on the direct service expertise.
2 staff members…? Derek, Sulai, or Tha