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Meet the ACE Staff
Coordinator of the Q Center
Chris joined Regis as the Q Center Coordinator in April 2014. The Q Center, located in the Regis Science Building, room 111, offers tutoring for all quantitative courses including mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, and psychology. Chris earned an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from WPI and an MBA degree from the University of Massachusetts. Prior to Regis, Chris worked at the private secondary school, Middlesex School, teaching all levels of mathematics and serving as the school’s Academic Advisor, Study Skills Coordinator, and Peer Tutor Coordinator. Chris loves to ski, cycle, travel, enjoy her family, and tackle craft and DYI projects. email@example.com.
Academic Support Specialist and Smarthinking Coordinator
Nancy joined the ACE team after working in coaching, advising, counseling, admissions, program management, and more at a number of Boston area colleges including Suffolk University, Emmanuel College, Urban College of Boston, and Massachusetts Bay Community College. Nancy brings an undergraduate degree in journalism and a master’s degree in mental health counseling to the ACE team. In addition, Nancy is bi-lingual, and speaks Spanish. Within ACE, Nancy serves as an Academic Coach, Smarthinking Coordinator, and Social Media specialist. When not at Regis, Nancy can be found relaxing with her husband and children as well as with Felix, her cat who thinks he’s a dog. When Nancy isn’t working, traveling, or thinking about traveling, she volunteers at a local community organization. firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Support Specialist
Marcia has been a member of our Regis community for over 20 years. She is also a summa cum laude graduate of Regis with a BA in English and has taken graduate level courses in special education. Additionally, Marcia is a certified paralegal and, prior to Regis, worked in the law department of a large pharmaceutical firm where she met her husband, John. They reside in Wellesley and have two grown children. In addition to coaching, Marcia coordinates the coaching program for ACE. She can be found in the Academic Center for Excellence or reached at email@example.com. When not at Regis, Marcia enjoys reading, crafting and spending time with her family.
Academic Coach and Writing Specialist
Diana earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Middlebury College, studying British literature at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland during her junior year abroad, and her master’s degree in English from Boston College, where she focused on rhetoric and composition. She also has a certificate in copyediting from the University of California, San Diego. Diana has over a decade of experience tutoring and has taught college composition and literature courses as well as classes preparing college students for academic success. Prior to joining ACE, Diana worked at Boston College, Middlesex Community College, MassBay Community College, and Bay State College. She is an executive board member of the Learning Assistance Association of New England (LAANE) and serves as its newsletter editor. In her free time, Diana enjoys reading, visiting museums, and spending time at the beach. To contact Diana, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research and Statistics Specialist for Graduate Students
Dr. Lynne Man joined ACE to provide Regis graduate students with assistance in research design, research methods, statistics, SPSS software, and more. Dr. Man is available for in-person meetings, Skype or Facetime meetings, email correspondence, or phone calls. Dr. Man attended Montclair State University (BS, Nutrition), Boston University (MS, Clinical Nutrition), University of California at Berkeley (MPH, Public Health and Nutrition), and for her doctoral degree, The Heller School at Brandeis University (PhD, Social Policy). Her career has included research in nutrition, sociology, public policy, and public health, consultancies in program evaluation at a variety of agencies, and teaching at several Massachusetts colleges. When not working and researching, Lynne might be found riding her Harley Davidson with her husband, playing with her dogs, or enjoying her family. Lynne can be reached at 781-768-7136, or by email at email@example.com.
Subject Tutor Coordinator and Academic Support Specialist
Ben attended Providence College and graduated with a BA in History and English, and a concentration in theater. Ben holds an MA from the Regis Heritage Studies program, and his master’s thesis focused on the memorialization of Native American histories. Ben is ACE’s Subject Tutor Coordinator and also serves as an Academic Support Specialist. In addition to working at Regis, Ben teaches history at Massachusetts Bay Community College. He also previously worked as a Professional Writing Tutor at both the MassBay and Regis Writing Centers. When not at Regis, Ben can be found running, reading, or competing in Trivia Nights at a variety of local venues. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kate joined ACE in the fall of 2014. She earned her undergraduate degree in biology at Boston College, and graduated summa cum laude.She is currently a member of the Regis College Direct Entry BS/MS In Nursing program, and will graduate in 2017 with a concentration in pediatrics. Prior to working in ACE, Kate worked as a tutor for three years at the Kumon Learning Center teaching math and science. While at BC, Kate worked as a stress and time management coach through the Boston College Office of Health Promotion. She is currently an ACE graduate assistant, and works as an academic coach and science tutor. You can contact her at email@example.com. When she isn't attending class, studying, or working at ACE, Kate enjoys reading, cooking and doing yoga. She loves going to the beach and can often be found at Dunkin' Donuts!
Coordinator of the Pride Scholars Program
Melanie joined ACE in August 2014. She earned her undergraduate degree in English from Bridgewater State University and her MEd from Cambridge College. Prior to Regis, Melanie worked at Dean College for eight years in a variety of capacities: as an Academic Coach, English Instructor, Dean Foundations Instructor and also as the Program Coordinator for Dean Foundations (Dean’s first-year college success program). In 2008 Ms. Steeves was the recipient of Dean College’s Teaching Excellence Award. Before making the leap to higher education, she taught English at Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School. A native of Massachusetts, Melanie is the proud mom of two teenagers, as well as two cats and one rescue dog, Daisy. In her “free time” she loves to surround herself with family, friends, sand, salt air, and the sea. To contact Melanie email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Center for Excellence
College Hall Room 383