Adenrele Awotona, PhD
Adenrele Awotona, Professor of Urban and Community Studies, is the founder and director of the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters. He is a former dean of the College of Public and Community Service at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Professor Awotona currently serves in the following administrative roles:
- Graduate Program Director, Global Post-Disaster Studies: Reconstruction with Vulnerable Populations Graduate Certificate Program
- Director, Global Post-Disaster Reconstruction and Management Certificate Program
- Co-Director, Emergency Management Certificate Programs
Office location: Healey Library, 10th Floor, Room 01
Keila I. Sabino
Interim Recruiter/Program Coordinator
Keila Sabino worked at a nonprofit organization for 10 years. She worked first as an administrative assistant, then as a case manager, assisting low-income families with fuel assistance, tax preparation, and housing assistance to name a few. She received her BA in psychology from UMass Boston in 2007. Keila is excited to be a part of CRSCAD and is enthusiastic in recruiting students to the program!
Assistant to the Director
Carol Darcy, who serves as a volunteer at CRSCAD, received an EdD in education leadership and curriculum theory from Boston University, a professional diploma in supervision and administration from Bank Street College of Education, a MS in early childhood education from Wheelock College, and a BS in elementary education from Boston State Teachers College. She is a consultant to public and private schools (Pre-K through middle school).
Currently, Darcy serves as the liaison for the World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP) at the United Nations and served as vice president for the OMEP-US National Committee, 2003-2009. She is serving as at-large board member with the Cape Cod Association for the Education of Young Children (CCAEYC).
Darcy began her career as a kindergarten teacher. She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level, supervised pre-service teachers, held administrative positions, coordinated several research projects, and designed professional development and continuing education courses for early childhood teachers and their supervisors.