Conference Information

The New England Council on
Crime and Delinquency (NECCD)
77th Annual Training Institute
October 2 -5, 2016
Mystic Hilton,
Mystic, CT
$139 per night ~ reference NECCDE
(860) 572-0731
www.mystic.hilton.com

Award Recipients - Where Are They Now



Andrew J. Broccoli



son of Donna Broccoli NECCD member received a scholarship in 2009. He Attended the RI Municipal Police Academy in their 118th class graduating in 2012. He worked for the Woonsocket Police Department from May 2012 until September 2013 when he transferred to the Johnston Police Department where he has worked since October 2013. Andrew graduated from Rhode Island College in January 2015 with a Bachelor's Degree in Justice Studies











Kelsey Gordon



It was an honor to have been a recipient of this scholarship program throughout my undergraduate career. In 2014, I graduated from Boston College with a 3.56 overall G.P.A and bachelor of science degree in psychology with a concentration in neuroscience and pre-medicine. I achieved high honors in my major and was inducted into the national Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society. Upon graduating, I worked at a local non-profit organization in Milford, Connecticut called Boys and Girls Village Inc., in which I had the opportunity to work with at risk youth facing emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric challenges both in a school setting and a temporary psychiatric residence. Following this, I worked as a patient service advocate for another non-profit organization, the Community Health Center Inc., in which I was afforded the opportunity to assist adults in disadvantaged communities with access to medical and behavioral health care. I am now in transition from residing in Connecticut to Boston, Massachusetts to further pursue behavioral health positions, psychiatric internships and PhD graduate programs.








AMY HOWARD - SCHOLARSHIP RECEIPIENT - 2005



Amy graduated from Skidmore College in May of 2006 with a Bachelor’s in Social Work. She immediately began to pursue her Master’s in Social Work and graduated with an MSW (with a concentration in nonprofit management and resource development) from the University of Pennsylvania in May of 2007.

After living in Washington, DC for a year and half (and working for a nonprofit organization focused on international women’s health policy), she moved to Boston, MA in August of 2008 to be closer to her family and friends in New England. For the past two years, she has been the Director of Development for the Elizabeth Stone House, where she remains today. The Elizabeth Stone House is a nonprofit in Roxbury , MA that provides safe shelter and supportive services to women and children who are struggling with a history of domestic violence and trauma, substance abuse, mental health issues, or poverty (www.elizabethstonehouse.org).

Working for the Stone House has provided her with a wonderful opportunity to combine her interest in nonprofit management and development with her passion for working with women and children and helping improve the community where she lives and works. She has been given the opportunity to serve on the management team at the Stone House and work closely with the board of directors, two opportunities which she feels very fortunate to have so early on in her career. She goes on to state, “ I love my job and I know that the generosity of so many people and organizations (including NECCD) have been instrumental to helping me get to where I am today.”

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2011 Nomination Forms

You may click on the appropriate nomination form below and either; Save the form to your computer, complete it with Adobe Acrobat (If available) and email it to Lisa Blanchette Chamorro lisa.blanchette@doc.ri.gov; OR print the form, complete it and mail it to P.O. Box 869 Haverhill, MA 01830