As the Chief Program Officer and a member of the leadership team, Maggie oversees the Doc Wayne direct service programs, and develops and maintains relationships with external program partners. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Cornell University, and her Master’s and Doctorate in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has certificates in Positive Psychology from the Wholebeing Institute and in Social Impact Management and Leadership from the Institute for Nonprofit Practice. Prior to joining the organization , Maggie served in a management role at a community service agency, overseeing Intensive Care Coordinators and Family Partners. She has served as a clinician in outpatient, school- and community-based settings, and has published in the area of positive youth development.
In addition to her clinical experience, Maggie has a background in research and program evaluation, and has helped nonprofits design and implement process and impact evaluation projects.
Maggie played tennis in high school, and has fond memories of watching the US Open in Queens, NY, where she grew up. As a mom, she enjoyed coaching her son’s pre-school soccer team and now, supporting both her sons’ love of baseball.