The ways they have chosen to work for a better world for children, families, and communities could not be more diverse. Yet the consistency of their purpose, and their commitment to putting Wheelock’s mission into action is what unites and inspires us.
Meet Wheelock grad Colleen Cavanaugh as she talks about her work in the Dominican Republic.
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Caitlin Gavin Doyle ‘05/06MS
Caitlin graduated with majors in elementary education and visual arts and knows the vital role that arts play in children’s development and learning. As coordinator of community arts at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, Caitlin works with community organizations, introducing children and youth to the Museum’s collections and the art-making process. She connected with the MFA during an internship as a Wheelock student.
Jennifer Ceven McNally ‘03
Currently an Assistant Professor at Curry College in Milton, MA, Jennifer also founded and runs an educational consulting business that specializes in curriculum development, training, and instructional design for K-12 and higher education. From 2004-2009 Jennifer collaborated with the Wheelock College Center for International Programs and Partnerships to design online and face-to-face programs of study to be delivered globally.
Caroline Hargrave Armington ’09 MS
“To me, there is nothing more meaningful than knowing that with the effort we contribute, we can change the experience that a child will carry forward with them forever.”
While she was a graduate student in Wheelock’s Child Life program, Caroline gained an international perspective through the College’s Hospitalized Child in England program. In 2009, she piloted and directed child life services at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa. Caroline is currently a child life specialist at Mass General Hospital for Children.
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