Susan is our Executive Director. She has been with us since 2007. She works with the staff to ensure that all students have a great learning experience. She takes pride in the role that RCP plays in helping adults, who have not been able to get an education, succeed.
Andre is our Academic Advisor. He can help with finding a job, furthering your education, or even mediating between students. He can also help find resources for housing, health care, or family dynamic concerns. To set up an appointment call the office (781-961-8888), email him (firstname.lastname@example.org), or stop by the office before class or during break.
Lynne is our office manager who supports the work of the Executive Director. Lynne organizes and tracks attendance records for all students. During class breaks you will see Lynne running the RCP store.
Jeanine has been with us since 2005. She teaches ESOL 2 and loves it. She says, “I am looking forward to another great year working with amazing, hard-working students. They make me smile every class!”
Maura has been with RCP since 2010! She currently teaches ESOL - Level 3. Her students are enthusiastic and eager to learn. She calls RCP, “a good place to be.”
Matt holds a bachelor degree in Electromechanical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of technology. His goal is to help the program by integrating technology in the classroom and troubleshooting computer issues. Matt currently has four years of experience as an electrical engineer designing high speed computer systems for military and commercial purposes.
This is Sue’s fourth year teaching with RCP. She is professionally certified in English and have been teaching for 25 years. About her role with us she says, “Teaching for RCP is my source of joy since our students want to learn and make class fun. I grew up in Randolph and graduated from Randolph High school so it is a cool experience to be teaching there at night.”
Christian started with us in 2017. He enjoys interacting with students and staff because of the feel of a close knit community. The diversity of the students gives him an opportunity to become a student and learn from them. This year he looks forward to providing the students with the tools and skills necessary to be successful in levels 2+3, as well as skills that will help them outside of school in the workplace and home.
Ramon is in his first year working at RCP and received his BA in Education and Psychology from Denison University. He also received his MAT in Mathematics from Simmons College. Ramon holds his initial license in K-12 math and has been teaching mathematics for the past 6 years at the secondary level. He currently works for Boston Public Schools but he is a resident of Randolph. He loves encouraging people who are willing to sacrifice their time and energy to better their lives so working at RCP is a perfect fit.
Ana teaches the ESOL 1 class this year. This is her first year with RCP but she has taught ESOL for over 15 years in other programs. She enjoys teaching ESOL and finds it very rewarding to see her students gain the language skills they need to succeed.