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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.

Education

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 7, 2020 Genevieve Arcovio & Rhonda Precourt, Literacy for All 2020 Speakers

Accountability for Independent Reading In-Person or From a Distance

September 21, 2020 Next month we're hosting the 31st Annual Literacy for All Virtual Conference, October 25-27 (Live + OnDemand).

Video: Debra’s Story—What does literacy mean to me?

September 17, 2020 Stephanie Affinito, Literacy Teacher Educator, Literacy Coach, Author, Department of Literacy Teaching and Learning, University of Albany, NY

A New Kind of Virtual Coaching Cycle