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2015 Trustees' Fund Awards Recipients Celebrated!

12/24/15



May Institute Board of Trustees created the Trustees’ Fund Award in 1993 to recognize staff members from across the organization who exemplify May Institute’s ideals of service and professionalism. The members of the Board established a fund for the purpose of recognizing the outstanding performance of a dedicated group of individuals each year. 

This year, the Board received many nominations which were submitted by senior staff members from every program. Nine individuals were selected for this very special recognition, including one recently deceased employee, Kevin Jones, whose family accepted the award on his behalf.

May Institute’s Board of Trustees honors the recipients of the Trustees’ Fund Award for 2015. Congratulations to each of you!
 

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2015 Trustee Award Winners - read more about each of these outstanding employees...


Amanda Austin
Teacher / May Center School for Brain Injury and Related Disorders
Brockton, Mass.

Elisa DeOlim
Program Coordinator May Center for Adult Services
Cape Cod and Southeastern Mass.

Paul Heering
Behavior Analyst / Consultation Services, Eastern Mass.
Coordinator of Clinical Information Systems / Randolph, Mass.

Samuel Karanja
Residential Teacher / May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Randolph, Mass.

Kevin Jones
–In Memoriam
Former Program Specialist / May Center for Adult Services
Western Mass.

Elizabeth Segal
Regional Coordinator / Consultation Services, Eastern Mass.
Social Worker / May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Randolph, Mass.

Liz Scott
Program Coordinator / May Center for Adult Services
Eastern Mass.

Francois Tovar
Program Specialist / May Center for Adult Services
Eastern Mass.

Nick Wagner
Vocational Coordinator / May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Todd Fournier Center
Randolph, Mass.


“It takes more than patience, more than knowledge, more than good will, more than excellence of stamina, more than a sunny disposition, more than education. It takes a total and complete involvement with the child while you are with the child, it takes a special sensitivity to the needs of others, it takes an extraordinary kind of imagination, and it takes much love.”

May Institute Founders,
Dr. Jacques and Marie-Anne May