Directorate Board

State Coordinator - Massachusetts - Vacant

State Coordinator - Massachusetts
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State Coordinator - Massachusetts - Vacant

State Coordinator - Massachusetts - Vacant

State Coordinator - Massachusetts

Operations Coordinator - Vacant

Operations Coordinator
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Operations Coordinator - Vacant

Operations Coordinator - Vacant

Operations Coordinator

Communications Coordinator - Vacant

Communications Coordinator
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Communications Coordinator - Vacant

Communications Coordinator - Vacant

Communications Coordinator

Graduate Liaison - Vacant

Graduate Liaison
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Graduate Liaison - Vacant

Graduate Liaison - Vacant

Graduate Liaison

State Coordinator – Rhode Island – Vacant

State Coordinator – Rhode Island
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State Coordinator – Rhode Island – Vacant

State Coordinator – Rhode Island – Vacant

State Coordinator – Rhode Island

Martha Mazeika

Past-President
marthamazeika@gmail.com

413-250-5449

Martha has been in higher education since 1997 taking positions in the areas of residence life and admissions at 4-year colleges. Community colleges became her focus after in internship experience while attending Springfield College and achieving a Master’s in Education, concentration in Student Personnel Administration. She has had various positions in admissions and advising that focus primarily on student success and retention at community colleges in Massachusetts, Virginia, and Illinois. Martha will graduate in May 2017 with an Educational Specialist Degree in Higher Education with a concentration in Community College Leadership from Old Dominion University.

Martha joined NECPA in fall 2015. Over the next couple of years, she looks forward to building collaborations and bringing resources together from ACPA and within the New England region to the members of the NECPA.

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Martha Mazeika

Martha Mazeika

Past-President

Matthew Gregory

Co-President
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Matthew Gregory

Matthew Gregory

Co-President

Equity and Inclusion Coordinator - VACANT

Equity and Inclusion Coordinator
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Equity and Inclusion Coordinator - VACANT

Equity and Inclusion Coordinator - VACANT

Equity and Inclusion Coordinator

Prefessional Development Coordinator - VACANT

Professional Development Coordinator
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Prefessional Development Coordinator - VACANT

Prefessional Development Coordinator - VACANT

Professional Development Coordinator

Ben Bucklin

Co-President
benjamin.bucklin@gmail.com
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Ben Bucklin

Ben Bucklin

Co-President

Corinna Kraemer

State Coordinator: Connecticut
corinnakraemer7@gmail.com

Corinna Kraemer is a current Academic Advisor at Goodwin University in East Hartford, Connecticut and a soon to be graduate from the Student Affairs Administration Master’s Program at Springfield College. As the Graduate Student Liaison, Corinna enjoys getting to know more about all of the graduate and doctoral programs in student affairs in the New England area, and highlighting some of the amazing work current graduate and doctoral students are doing through the NECPA Graduate Student of the Month blog posts.

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Corinna Kraemer

Corinna Kraemer

State Coordinator: Connecticut

State Coordinator - Maine - VACANT

State Coordinator - Maine
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State Coordinator - Maine - VACANT

State Coordinator - Maine - VACANT

State Coordinator - Maine

Paula Randazza

State Coordinator - New Hampshire
prandazza@rivier.edu

Paula Randazza is the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Rivier University in Nashua, NH. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts; a Master of Education in Student Personnel Administration, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in General Counseling from Springfield College; and an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from New England College.

Ms. Randazza has been elected and appointed to a variety of roles within the Northeast Association of College and University Housing Officers (NEACUHO), serving as District Coordinator, Committee Chair, Parliamentarian and, a three year rotation as President-elect, President, and Past-president.

During her career in Higher Education, she has held positions of varying responsibility at Springfield College; at Assumption College, and at Rivier University where she has worked for the last 20 years. Her portfolio includes supervision of public safety/security, student engagement, student leadership/SGA, orientation, multicultural student engagement, volunteer services, health services, residence life/housing, student conduct, and threat assessment.

Ms. Randazza currently resides in Nashua, NH but maintains a home on Cape Ann, in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

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Paula Randazza

Paula Randazza

State Coordinator - New Hampshire

Kelly Garrett

Administrative Chair
kelly_garrett@brown.edu

Director, LGBTQ Center
Brown University

401-863-3495

Kelly (she/her) has worked in Campus Life/Student Affairs for more than 26 years, specializing in LGBTQIA+ student leadership and support services.  She received a bachelor’s degree in Interpersonal Communication and a Masters in Education from the Social Justice Education Program, both at UMass, Amherst.  During her graduate program, she concentrated in teaching about issues of racism, heterosexism, ableism, oppression theory, and liberation theory. She has taught Social Justice Education and Intergroup Dialogue courses at the University of Massachusetts and the University of Michigan, and she developed and co-taught a [email protected] pre-college course for five summers in the Leadership Institute titled “Identity, Diversity and Leadership.”

Kelly spent her early career in Residence Life before becoming the Assistant Director of the Spectrum Center (previously the Office of LGBT Affairs) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1999.  In 2004 she was hired as the first full-time staff Coordinator for the Brown University LGBTQ Center, later advancing to Director.  She has worked to build the LGBTQ Center from the ground up, developing programs and services through policy development, education/training programs for staff & faculty, student development and leadership development opportunities, advocacy, personal and academic advising, social, cultural, and educational programming, and mentorship for students using intersectional theories and frameworks.  She is passionate about doing collaborative work with her campus colleagues using a strengths-based approach to create a more supportive and inclusive campus for all students.

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Kelly Garrett

Kelly Garrett

Administrative Chair

State Coordinator - Vermont - VACANT

State Coordinator - Vermont
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State Coordinator - Vermont - VACANT

State Coordinator - Vermont - VACANT

State Coordinator - Vermont