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Alex Eustice

Project Coordinator

What I like most about my role within the Center is…

The opportunity to work with and for such wonderful, knowledgeable people. I also enjoy the day-to-day changes, no two days at the Center are the same.

What I believe in

I believe that laughter heals, stories connect us and dessert is always a good decision.

Previous work highlights

Before coming to the Center, I worked for roughly five years for a social security disability advocacy group.

Favorite book

The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood

Fun fact

A few years ago I went from one cat, to six, very quickly when I found out that my foster cat was pregnant. Six (one adult and 5 kittens) at one time was a hilarious experience.


I graduated from Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Science and Journalism. I always laugh at the “Science” part, because I took as many science classes I could, in order to avoid having to take Math.

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Featured Blog Posts

October 8, 2021 Genevieve Arcovio & Rhonda Precourt, Literacy for All 2021 Speakers

Accountability for Independent Reading In-Person or From a Distance

Whether we are teaching in person or from a distance, the following are suggestions that will allow you to partake in genuine meaningful conversations about books and learn more about your students as readers.

September 29, 2021 Melissa Stewart, Literacy for All Conference 2021 Speaker

Tips & Tools for Nonfiction Read Alouds

When it comes to nonfiction read alouds, there’s no rule that says you have to read every single word!

September 22, 2021 Mark Weakland, Literacy for All 2021 Speaker

Extra! Extra! Repeated Reading Builds Fluency

Repeated Reading is the specific (and thus capitalized) routine pioneered by researcher Jay Samuels.