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

 

President, Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education, a non-profit foundation granting annual awards to educators recognized for their outstanding achievements in seventeen school systems served by The Education Cooperative (TEC), twenty-three school systems served by The EDCO Collaborative of Greater Boston, seventeen school districts in the Silicon Valley, CA region, and eighteen school districts served by Region 4 Educational Service Center in Houston, Texas.

 

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

 

JArts, New Center for Arts and Culture, Boston, MA, Board of Overseers, Board of Directors

 

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.

 

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.

 

 

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 twelve public school systems in suburban Boston

  • Initiated inter-district programs for students and teachers:

            TEC Global Education Programs

   Student trip to China

   Making Music Together, a Russian-American exchange

   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-present   Member of Allied Dental Health committee of the Massachusetts Dental Society

 

1984- present  Member of Advisory Board, Dental Assisting, Minuteman Vocational Regional School, Lexington, MA 
 
1969-present   Member of Massachusetts Dental Society
 
1968-present 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. 

 

2007-present 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