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Feinstein Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement
The Farmhouse (behind the Commons)
401.254.3787 or service@rwu.edu

Meet the Feinstein Staff

KC Ferrara
Director of the Feinstein Center

KC has been with the Feinstein Center since January 2002, though she has been affiliated with RWU in various capacities since 1990.  She initially oversaw the Volunteer Center, which evolved into the Feinstein Center and led students on the University's first Alternative Spring Break in 1994. This experience was transformative, pointing her towards student engagement and leadership.  KC has a Bachelor's Degree from Suffolk University (MA) and a Master's Degree from Providence College (RI). KC is also an adjunct faculty member, teaching Perspectives in Human Behavior with a focus on community, social justice and social change.

 

Heather Orlowski
Community Service Work Study

Heather (Class of 2018) is majoring in biology with double minors in physics and psychology. She has been working at the Feinstein Center since fall 2016 as a community service liaison and social media manager. On campus, Heather is the president of the Pre-Health Club, president of the Almedia Hall Council, and a member in the Beta Beta Beta Biology Honor Society. After graduation, she hopes to attend medical school and become an emergency room physician.

 

 

Cassandra North
Community Service Work Study

Cassandra (Class of 2020) is double majoring in Spanish and secondary education and a possible minor in French. She has been working at the Feinstein Center since fall 2016. She is Secretary for the Stonewall Hall Council and is a member of Ballroom Dance Club. She volunteers with the performing arts programs in her hometown and after graduation plans on becoming a high school Spanish teacher.

 

Haley Mock
Community Service Work Study

Haley (Class of 2019) is a political science major and history minor. She’s a part of CEN and at the Feinstein Center she organizes community service events. These events include 5th Grade Day, Giving Baskets, and the Giving Tree. Haley plans to work in some form of national government after graduation.

 

 

 

Kristina Renaud
Community Service Work Study

Kristina (Class of 2020) is an honors student with a double major in marketing and Spanish with a minor in economics. Currently she is involved in four clubs including: The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), American Advertising Federation, the Rotaract Club and the Multicultural Student Union. After graduating, she plans to find an MBA program around the Los Angeles, California area with the hopes of eventually working as a marketing manager either in the fashion industry or for a sustainable company.