Chief Education Officer
Kim Carter | Email Kim With over 35 years of experience in education, Kim Carter has taught preK through graduate school, and provided training, coaching, and facilitation for administrators, teachers, parents, community partners, and youth in schools and learning organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom. As 1991 New Hampshire Teacher of the Year and 1996 New Hampshire Media Educator of the Year, Kim has been actively involved in local, state, and national education reform efforts for over two decades, including Souhegan High School, Monadnock Community Connections School, Five Freedoms Project, and most recently, the Q.E.D. Foundation. Kim’s expertise and interests include designing highly effective learning and assessment, democratic schooling, educational equity, learning theory, and high school redesign.
School Leadership Team
Kimberlee Hebert | Email Kimberlee
Eddie Marceau | Email Eddie Eddie returns to the MC2 community after being an advisor at the Monadnock Community Connections School (MC2 Prime). A New Hampshire native, Eddie has a B.A. in History from Keene State College as well as an M.Ed from New England College. He brings experience as an educator in both traditional and alternative high school programs. He also has years of experience working with special education students. In 2009 he was selected as the sole representative from the state of New Hampshire to attend the Presidential Academy. He looks forward to strengthening the MC2 community inside and outside the school’s doors. His passions are: the American Civil War, trout fishing, hockey, and playing rock and roll music.
Student Success Director
Jay Mattia | Email Jay Jay has gained extensive experience working with the city’s youth while working at Child and Family Services and the Manchester School District. His passion is to ensure that every youth is afforded the same opportunities. By developing important relationships with city service providers, he has been able to focus on developing additional resources for marginalized youth to close the achievement gap.
After receiving his interdisciplinary Politics and Society degree from UNH, he went on to obtain his Masters in Criminal Justice from Boston University. He uses this education and his experience working with young people to concentrate on the development of programs that benefit youth in Manchester. At Child and Family Services, he increased the capacity of a computer lab to include online education opportunities for homeless youth looking for nontraditional schooling options. This opportunity later offered GED pretesting to ensure Manchester School District students had another option rather than simply dropping out. Most recently, Jay and a colleague developed and directed a summer program that centered on farm-to-table food production.
Angela Hinkle |Email Angela Angela is a certified English teacher, bringing experience in special education and nursing. Angela obtained her B.A. in English from the University of New Hampshire and went on to attain her M.A. in secondary education from the University of Phoenix. She spent six years in the middle school arena, where she worked with the Parent Teacher Association, National Junior Honor Society, Scripps spelling bee, theater production, and Poetry Out Loud. Currently, she is a member of the New England Association of Teachers of English, and she sits on the Board of Directors at Pelham Library. Her poetry has been published in a number of journals, such as the Fib Review, the Eunoia Review, Dark Gothic Resurrected, the Shot Glass Journal, and Avocet. Angela’s other interests include reading, photography, leather work, singing, and other various arts and crafts. Despite having a healthy amount of personal interests, Angela also believes that is necessary to give back to the community, which is why she volunteers her time as a member of the Pelham Community Emergency Response Team.
Segun Olorunfemi | Email Segun Segun Olorunfemi is a classically trained artist from Ibadan, Nigeria listed in “Who’s Who of Nigerian Art” published by Smithsonian institute, Washington DC. He has Over 22 years experience in various arts media such as Yarn Painting, Sand Painting, Linoleum Block Print on Fabric, Batik on Fabric and Batik on rice-paper, Oil Painting and Graphics. He also has 17 years experience working with people with disabilities through the arts. He served as Affiliate Director of VSA arts organization in Nigeria representing and advocating for people with disabilities. VSA arts is an international organization based in Washington DC. As a Roster Artist (Art In Education) New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, he teaches workshops on African arts and culture in schools, and teaches teachers the technique of sand painting. He has B.Sc. degree in Human Services from Springfield College, Massachusetts.
Nate Townsend | Email Nate Nate is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, Durham where he earned a B.A. in Anthropology and a minor in History. He recently graduated from Rivier University with a M.A.T. in Social Studies, Secondary Education. Nate loves adventure, and experiential learning in natural environments. He is passionate about the vision here at MC2 and looks forward to an amazing year!
Learner Support Specialists
Justen DeLuca| Email Justen
Sarah Kuhn| Email Sarah