|Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Awards 2012|
The Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Awards recognize outstanding City Year alumni
who are continuing their commitment to strengthening community,
mobilizing, and empowering others, creating
and developing sustainable solutions for social change and who exemplify
the core values of City Year.
Congratulations to last year's Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Award recipients:
For her exceptional commitment
to developing leaders through mentorship, and more than a decade of building
the national service movement in Providence, RI. As Program Director for City Year Rhode
Island, Christina led and developed more than 200 corps members to increase
student achievement throughout Providence public schools. Through her leadership on the Coordinating
Councils for the AfterZone system, a nationally recognized model for
afterschool programming, she has forged a strong service partnership with City Year Rhode Island to support the
needs of nearly 1,000 middle school youth
David Hureau City Year Boston ’98
For his tireless commitment to reducing youth gang violence in Boston through advocacy, research and intervention programs to strengthen urban neighborhoods. David is the lead designer and project manager guiding the implementation of The Boston Foundation’s StreetSafe Boston initiative, which serves 22 gangs with more than 1,100 members in five disadvantaged communities. He also co-founded Villages Without Walls, an innovative youth violence intervention program, focused on interrupting violent activity in two of Boston’s most historic gangs through supporting their members with employment and social services.
Molly Ola Pinney City Year Seattle/King County ’01
Katie Provencher City Year Boston ’04
For her outstanding leadership as a community organizer and advocate for affordable housing. As the Director of Community Engagement for Urban Edge, a community development corporation within the Jackson Square neighborhood of Boston, with over 1,100 units of affordable housing, Katie builds relationships with stakeholders, partners and residents to prevent homelessness and advocates for new housing and business real estate. As a key driver of legislation necessary to advance economic development in Jackson Square, she is the bridge between public officials, real estate developers and residents to bring 413 new units of affordable housing and an indoor multi-sport athletic facility that will provide recreation and youth programs to thousands of children and families.
Matthew Stahl City Year Boston ’98
For his entrepreneurial leadership and more than a decade of public service as an educator in Boston and Lowell, Massachusetts Public Schools. As the principal for three public schools simultaneously in 2010-2011–Pawtucketville Memorial Elementary School, Moody Elementary School and Washington Elementary Schools –Matthew oversaw and developed 135 staff and faculty who support student learning and achievement for more than 1,000 pre-kindergarten to 4th grade children. His innovative solutions to improving overall school climate focus on building parent engagement, elevating daily attendance, and implementing a school-wide behavior system, and literacy and writing programs.
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