Beacon Hill Village is a membership organization designed and created by older adults to serve that population. Connors (MSW ’10) discusses the impact BCSSW students have had on the Village.
The blog is proud to announce the launch of the Innovate Podcast, a recurring feature focusing on today’s most pressing issues, with perspectives on those issues from BC Social Work’s thought leaders.
The BCSSW graduate, who is the president and CEO of the Institute for Nonprofit Practice, addressed students during the latest installment of innovation talks at the United Way.
Marie Downey’s journey to success through service has unfolded along a unique and personal path. As one of eight siblings growing up in South Boston in the 1950s and 60s, she was the first in her family to earn a high school degree. Today, she is a leader in her field, providing opportunity and a better life for many of the hotel workers in the City of Boston.
As Sheriff of Hampden County, Massachusetts, Michael Ashe has spent the last 40-plus years innovating within prisons towards developing a better paradigm for a system that is more rehabilitative, and less punitive.
On March 4, Hartford HealthCare CEO Elliot Joseph visited BC Social Work to share his expertise with students as the latest featured guest in the school’s Leadership Speakers Luncheon Series.
Rauch is now the president of Daily Table, a not-for-profit retail grocery store designed to better serve the poor and reduce food waste.
Jackson-Garcia is the associate director of training at Trinity Boston Counseling Center, an organization that provides mental health services to individuals and families, with an emphasis on issues of high-risk youth, poverty, violence, and social or economic injustice.