News from Cambridge Schools Volunteers

Cambridge School Volunteers has announced a new staff lineup including two internal promotions. Meg Ramsdell has stepped into the shoes of Jennifer Fries, who has moved on after a nine-year tenure as executive director. In addition to her years at CSV, Ramsdell has experience as a middle and high school teacher. She is president of the board of Waltham Fields Community Farm. Replacing Ramsdell as director of the agency’s STEM mentoring program for seventh-graders, NetPals, is Analía Ivanier, an upper schools program coordinator at CSV since 2015. Ivanier has extensive educational research experience both in the U.S. as well as in Argentina. Both Ramsdell and Ivanier are Cambridge Public School parents.

Incoming CSV Director of High School Programs Jay Bernal starts his work at CSV with more than 10 years of experience at the Museum of Science, Boston (MOS). He most recently worked in the youth education department at the museum, managing the school year and summer youth employment programs and designing workforce development workshops for high school students. CSV’s high school programs include tutoring, college and career mentoring, Science Olympiad, and academic support during the school day. Reach out to Julie Croston with any questions.
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