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Leadership in Diversity Award Honorees

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2022 MetroWest Leadership in 

Diversity Award Honorees

Algonquin Regional High School, Sarah Coldwell of Southborough

Ashland High School, Danielys (“Dee”) Rivera

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, Jayden Chiasson of Marlborough

Holliston High School, Rafael Sousa

Hopkinton High School, Kavya Jeevanantham

Keefe Regional Technical School, Yaidymar Morales of Framingham

The Learning Center for the Deaf,  Julissa Gonzalez of Franklin

St. Mark’s School, Darius Wagner of Bronx, New York

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2018 MetroWest Leadership in 

Diversity Award Honorees

Award Recipients

(Not in order) Annalise Loizeaux, Algonquin Regional; Olivia Beaton, Ashland; Daniel Prefontaine, Assabet Valley Tech; Chelsea Zhang, Dover-Sherborn; Sara DaSilva, Framingham; Madeline Cerulli, Holliston; Ruqayah Al-Ashabi, Hopkinton; Juan Carlos Alfara Ramos, Keefe Tech; Lacey Clericuzio, Learning Center for the Deaf; Stephanie Monteiro, Marian HS; Caroline DeHaven, Natick; Kareem A. Chambers II, St. Mark's; Nyah Malone, Walnut Hill; Corinne Sciarappa, Westborough

Guest Speaker: Dr. Beverly "Bev" Edgehill

Vice President and Global Head of the Organization Development Center of Expertise for The TJX Companies, Dr. Edgehill’s primary area of responsibility is partnering with and guiding leaders and their teams in managing complex and large-scale organizational change to support existing and emerging business priorities.


Prior to her role at TJX, Dr. Edgehill was president and CEO for The Partnership, a nonprofit working with organizations in all sectors to build racially and ethnically diverse leadership pipelines. Dr. Edgehill’s work at The Partnership is featured in a Harvard Business School case study. She served as a regional selection panelist for the White House Fellows program under both the bush and Obama administrations.


Dr. Edgehill holds an Ed.D. from Teachers College at Columbia University in adult and organization learning. Her dissertation focused on how professional business women learn how to have career success.


She is a Trustee at Community Servings, and is on the Board of Directors of the Association Change Management Professionals.



2018 Diversity Award Recipients


Dr. Beverly Edgehill

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2017 MetroWest Leadership in 

Diversity Award Honorees

Award Recipients


First Row:


Elcie Merck, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School; Madison Sidmore, Framingham High School; Spencer Lezin, Ashland High School; Roisin McGarry, Marian High School; Michaela Campbell, Holliston High School; and Hannah Murphy, Hopkinton High School.


Second Row:


Steven Garrett, Assabet Valley Regional High School; Dylan Christoffels, The Learning Center for the Deaf; Sarah Friedlander, Natick High School; Ella Day, Walnut Hill School for the Arts; and Ashley Taylor, Westborough High School.


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2017 Diversity Award Recipients

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2016 MetroWest Leadership in 

Diversity Award Honorees

Award Recipients


(Not in order) Xiomara Lopez, Renata Franca, Jay Correira, Amy Azaria, Nan Boakye-Mensah, Alex Madrid, Brian Chi, Avery Manousos, Rebeca Hopmayer, Caroline Goodwin, (Fanje) Mike Jin, Paris Ghazi, Bryce Callaha



2016 Diversity Award Recipients

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