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Dr. Randy Mont-Reynaud To Visit Mattapan Tech on Saturday January 6

Dr Randy Mont-Reynaud, PhD, the new appointed board member of the Mattapan /Greater Boston School of Technology National Advisory Council and member of our academic board will visit our Mattapan site, on Saturday February 6 at 3pm. During her visit Dr. Mont-Reynaud will be introduced to the Mattapan Tech team leaders and will also take the opportunity to share some of her rich experiences in Haiti as a researcher.

 Dr. Mont-Reynaud received her PhD in Developmental Psychology at Harvard University, and an M.A. in Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
As a Research Associate at Stanford, she contributed to several studies on children and adolescents of diverse nations, including Australia and Hong Kong, as well among American minority youth. Dr. Mont -Reynaud has also conducted research for the Clinton Global Organization.

In 1997, in collaboration with Clayborne Carson of the History Department, she compiled and edited the writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for an autobiographical narrative that was published by Time Warner as “The Autobiography of Martin Luther King.”

At Stanford, Dr. Mont-Reynaud’s courses on Haiti included: “Haiti: The Medical Record. A Course in Service for Prospective Volunteers and Health Workers,” taught at Stanford School of Medicine, and courses on Haitian history and anthropology titled “Haiti, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” and “Haiti: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow,” for Stanford undergraduates.

The Greater Boston / Mattapan School of Technology (Mattapan Tech) is a non-profit adult vocational certification school that focuses on providing hands on professional training and e-learning program in the fields of project management, small business management, web design, digital communication, computer repair, network and information technology. Mattapan Tech opens the door of opportunity to low income individuals here in the USA and individuals in Haiti who cannot afford the cost of a private career school. The Mattapan Tech also participates in many community building project in Haiti



Mattapan/ Greater Boston Technology Learning Center (Mattapan School of Technology) admits students of any race, color, national origin, sexual orientation to all the right, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Mattapan/ Greater Boston Technology Learning Center (Mattapan School of Technology) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin, in administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school administered programs
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