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THE FACULTY

Programme Specialists

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Gregory P. Mastrangelo, MSEd

Gregory was born and raised in New Castle, Pennsylvania. He attended Penn State University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Upon completion of college in 2006, Gregory moved to Massachusetts and began working at the New England Center for Children. While working at the New England Center for Children, Gregory has held numerous positions in the residential and public school services programs including being a case manager, residential coordinator, educational coordinator, and consultant for the Autism Curriculum Encyclopedia, NECC's premiere educational system for learner's with Autism. Gregory also had the opportunity to work at the New England Center for Children's program in Abu Dhabi. While working at NECC, Gregory has become a licensed Special Education teacher; receiving his Master of Education in Severe Special Needs degree from Simmons College in 2010. Gregory has also completed the Applied Behavior Analysis Specialization program from Western New England University in 2013. Throughout his 7 plus years at NECC, Gregory has gained valuable experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education which includes educational and behavioral program development and modification, communication with parents and families, and staff supervision and training.

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Rachel A. Jackson, MSEd, BCBA

Born and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel attended The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. After graduation in 2004, Rachel began working at the New England Center for Children's Residential program. Since then, Rachel has held a variety of positions within the company, including being a case manager, lead classroom teacher, and 5 years of supervisor experience as an Education Coordinator. Throughout her 9 ½ years at NECC, Rachel became a licensed Special Education teacher, completing her Master of Science in Education in 2007 through Simmons College. Subsequently, she took courses in Applied Behavior Analysis through Northeastern University and received certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2010. Rachel has experience across all areas of special education, including educational and behavioral program development and modification, communication with parents and families, and staff supervision and training.