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Below are brief bios for the SCI Headquarters professional staff. In addition, we have 25 full-time AmeriCorps members serving throughout Eastern Massachusetts!
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David B. Crowley, President and Founder
David brings over fifteen years of leadership in the nonprofit sector to the founding of SCI. Prior to starting SCI, David served as Executive Director of Generations Incorporated, which under his leadership grew into a national model for intergenerational programming. He also started and directed the Kentucky Community Service Commission, a state entity appointed by the Governor responsible for AmeriCorps and other service programs. David graduated from Harvard University in 1991 with an A.B. in Government, and from Woburn High School in 1987. He is a member of the LeadBoston Class of 2000 and was chosen for the Social Innovation Forum in 2003. Click here for a more detailed biography and read his SCI blog here.
Andrew Gibson, Manager of Network Solutions
Andrew has eleven years of experience in the internet technology and customer service fields. Andrew is a life-long Woburnite, and proud graduate of Woburn High School. Andrew’s primary role with SCI is to connect citizens using various technological means to help strengthen the many communities across Massachusetts.
Leah Mulrenan, AmeriCorps Program Manager
As the Program Manager, Leah recruits, trains, and supports SCI’s AmeriCorps members serving across the state. Coming from a family of civically engaged citizens, Leah grew up understanding the importance of connections to your community. After graduating from Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2011, Leah followed the industry to a position with Cummings Properties in operations and customer service. In January of 2014, Leah decided to pursue a career in the nonprofit industry and began working with SCI.
Jordan Caress, Grants and Communications Specialist
After a successful career as a musician and freelance journalist in Nashville, Jordan served as an SCI AmeriCorps member in Woburn before officially joining the SCI staff in August of 2015. She is SCI's primary grantwriter and assists with events, development, and SCI's AmeriCorps program. Originally from the Midwest, Jordan graduated from New York's Bard College in 2004 with a B.A. in Literature. Jordan was ultimately drawn to the nonprofit world because of her desire to help others and promote equality for all. Jordan also serves on the Board of Directors for the North Shore Alliance of Gay and Lesbian Youth (nAGLY).