Profiles of Founders

 

Harriet K. Goldin
85 Grove Street #408
Wellesley MA 02482
781-235-7660

Education

 

 

 

 

 

1962

University of Pennsylvania, B.S. Education

1968

Northeastern University, M.S. Education

1978

Northeastern University, C.A.G.S., Curriculum and Instruction

Experience

 

 

 

 

 

1989 - present

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2007-present

 

 

2010-present

 

 

 

2018-present

 

2015-present

 

President, Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education, a non-profit foundation granting:

1. Goldin Foundation Exemplary Projects Awards:  recognition awards given to projects of excellence having potential of replication and/or adaptation.  (2016-present)

2. Goldin Foundation Excellence in Education Awards:  awards to individuals or teams of educators in each participating regional collaborative of school districts. (1990-2016)

3.Goldin Foundation Educators  Network: continued professional development opportunities for  participating districts utilizing the expertise of Goldin Foundation award recipients. (1990-present)

Co-sponsor of the Goldin Seminars for students at the University of PA Dental School.

 

Jewish Arts Collaborative, Boston, New Center for Arts and Culture, Boston, MA: Board of Overseers, Board of Directors

 

Kids4Peace Boston: Board of Directors

 

League of Women Voters, Needham, MA: Education Board of Directors

 

1999-2002

 

“Bridges for Education” teacher in Summer program of teaching English in “camps” for high school and middle school students in Poland, Hungary  Bulgaria, and Estonia.

 

2018

 Teacher of ESL to students in Haifa, Israel

 

1992-2002

 

Director of Career and Instructional Development, The Education Cooperative (TEC), Wellesley, MA, a consortium of fifteen public school systems in metro-west Boston.

 

 

  • Designed and managed TEC "WORLD CLASS," advanced regional courses for high school students such as:  Japanese Language and Culture, Russian Language and Culture, Robotics, Biotechnology, Biopsychology, Criminal Justice, Finance & Investing, Entrepreneurship developed in coordination with local colleges and industries.

  • Supervised Career Education Department and TEC School to Career programs including: Internship Program, School Business Partnerships, Special Needs Career Programs, Making A Difference Community Service Learning/Leadership Program, and Youth Apprenticeship Program

  • Developed and coordinated regional program Talents Unlimited for grades K-8 including: TEC Challenges, problem solving events around major themes, after school enrichment programs for elementary and middle school students; cultural arts activities, museum trips for students and families, Independent Study for middle school students

  • Developed, implemented, and taught professional development  programs  in U.S. and Canada.

 

1982-1992

Vice President and Account Executive with American Premium Corporation, Watertown, MA

 

  • Developed promotional programs for major national consumer accounts in packaged goods, fast foods and pharmaceutical companies, e.g., Kraft General Foods, Quaker, Ralston Purina, Burger King, and Lederle
  • Coordinated programs with licensors in T.V. and film industries

1978-1992

  • Educational Consultant, The Education Cooperative, Wellesley, MA, a consortium of 15 public school systems in suburban Boston

  • Initiated inter-district programs for students and teachers:

  • TEC Global Education Program

  •  Student trip to China

  • Making Music Together, a Russian-  American exchang

  • TEC Making A Difference Leadership Program

  • Wrote educational grants, awarded by State

                    

  • Coordinated Global Education programs with Wellesley College

  • Acted as liaison between schools and communities

  • Organized institutes and workshops for teachers

1978-1982

 

Coordinator of TEC Talents Unlimited, Grades K-12, Coordinator of TEC Executive Internship Programs

 

  • Designed and executed regional programs:
    *TEC Challenges
    *TEC Internship
    *TEC Model U.N.

  • Worked with administrators, teachers, students, and members of the community

  • Led workshops for teachers and students, U.S. and Canada

  • Wrote grants

  • Supervised graduate interns

  • Published articles in professional journals

  • Facilitated TEC Job-Alike Groups

1978-1979

Instructor in Elementary Education, Lesley College, Cambridge, MA

 1972-1978

 

Instructor in Reading, Northeastern University;
Instructor at University College, Northeastern University;
Supervisor of Student Teachers, Northeastern University

 

 

1962-1978

 

Elementary School Teacher, Teacher of Reading and Learning Disabilities, public schools in Pennsylvania, Mississippi, and Massachusetts

 

 

Marshall J. Goldin, DDS
85 Grove Street #408
Wellesley MA 02482
781-235-7660

  

Education/Professional
1967-2002 Private Practice of Periodontics, Quincy, MA
 
1987 Forsyth Dental Hygiene School, Staff Dentist 
 
1978 Harvard University, School of Dental Medicine, Department of Periodontology, Clinical Instructor
 
1968-1969 University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine,     
Periodontics,  Full time Faculty
 
1966-1968 Boston University, School of Graduate Dentistry, CAGS, Periodontics
 
1964-1966 US Air Force, Captain, Dental Corps, Keesler AFB,   Biloxi, Miss.
 
1990-1964 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. School of Dentistry, DDS
 
1956-1960 University of Pennsylvania, College, A.B. 
1953-1956 Weaver High School, Hartford, Ct
    
Organizations
 
1990-present Co-founder of the Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education, 
a private non-profit foundation dedicated to recognizing and rewarding educators for outstanding achievement.
 

1979-2002 

Member of Allied Dental Health committee of the Massachusetts Dental Society
1984- 2002  Member of Advisory Board, Dental Assisting, Minuteman Vocational Regional School, Lexington, MA 
1069-1995 Instructor, Harvard University Graduate Dental School
1969-present   Member of Massachusetts Dental Society
 
1968-2002 Member of American Academy of Periodontology.
 
1970-present Member of Appalachian Mountain Club. White water experience, Class I- IV. Instructor on white water instruction trips. Leader and Co-leader on numerous white water trips. Participant, organizer and instructor for weekend Leadership training, as well as First-Aid and Safety programs for White Water Canoe committee, Boston Chapter. 
2006-present

 

2007-present

Boston Athletic Association Medical Committee  and medical photographer at Boston Marathon medical tent

Co-sponsor of the Goldin Seminars for students at the University of PA Dental School.

Avocations

Avid photographer of people and places

 

 

Photographic consultant and contributor to a wide variety of non-profit institutions and educational facilities

 

Instructor in photography courses for AMC, The Education Cooperative (TEC), and Windsor Mountain Summer Camp