Posts Categorized: Awards


2017 Children of Promise Gala a Blockbuster Success

The New England Center for Children® (NECC®), a global leader in education and research for children with autism, announced today a record-breaking Children of Promise Gala for 2017. Held on November 17 at Boston’s InterContinental Hotel, 477 business leaders, philanthropists, and NECC supporters enjoyed an evening of music, awards, auctions, and stories of inspiration. The […]

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RoseAnn Lovely honored for Inspirational Leadership

The New England Center for Children® (NECC®), a global leader in education for children with autism, announced today that RoseAnn Lovely was honored for Inspirational Leadership at the annual Children of Promise Gala held on November 17 at the InterContinental in Boston. The Gala, hosted by KISS 108’s Billy Costa, had more than 480 guests, […]

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Dunkin’ Donuts honored as NECC’s 2017 Community Autism Champion

Dunkin’ Donuts was recently honored with The New England Center for Children’s Community Autism Champion Award at the annual Children of Promise Gala on November 17 at the InterContinental Hotel in Boston for their commitment to fund raising for autism education. Dunkin’ Donuts is a long-time fund-raising partner in the Carlos Placido-Dunkin’ Donuts Golf Classic, an […]

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Katherine Foster honored for Inspirational Leadership

The New England Center for Children® (NECC®), a global leader in education for children with autism, announced today that Kathy Foster was honored for Inspirational Leadership at an awards ceremony at the annual Children of Gala fundraiser held on November 17 in Boston. Ms. Foster, a resident of North Easton, has served at NECC for […]

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NECC Announces Dunkin’ Donuts as 2017 Community Autism Champion

The New England Center for Children®(NECC®), a global leader in education and research for children with autism, announced today it will honor Dunkin’ Donuts with its Community Autism Champion Award for 2017 at their annual Children of Promise Gala on November 17 at the InterContinental Hotel in Boston. Dunkin’ Donuts will receive the honor for […]

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NECC Recognizes June Employees of the Month

Congratulations to NECC’s June Employees of the Month, featured below with Cathy Welch (left), NECC’s Chief Operating Officer.  NECC is grateful for your dedication and commitment. Victoria (Tori) Bayless, Teacher Tori began as a Level 2 Teacher in September 2016. Since then, she has distinguished herself as a talented teacher and dedicated staff member.  She […]

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Vincent Strully, Jr. Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from NonProfit PRO

Congratulations to The New England Center for Children’s CEO and Founder, Vincent Strully, Jr. who has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from NonProfit PRO, a leading trade publication for the nonprofit sector. Editor-in-Chief Nhu Te states “One of the hardest things that we have to do is pick one—just one—in each category from the hundreds […]

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NECC Showcases History/International Presence as it Receives Award for International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis

On Saturday, May 27, NECC staff and executives joined thousands of attendees at the 43rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, where CEO and Founder, Vincent Strully, Jr., accepted the prestigious SABA Award for International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis. NECC is one of only two organizations to receive the award in its […]

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NECC Recognizes May Employees of the Month

The New England Center for Children® recognizes the following employees for their outstanding work. Congratulations to our May Employees of the Month! Alyssa Unumb Duncan, Level 2 Teacher Alyssa started with NECC in June 2016 after graduating from Gordon College with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She began as a Teacher on one team and shortly […]

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Jennifer Foran and Teresa Ling Named 2017 Myrna E. Libby Scholars

Myrna E. Libby spent more than 30 years treating and educating children with special needs. She came to NECC as the first director of the Staff Intensive Unit and later became the Clinical Director. She conducted important research – some of it groundbreaking – focusing on techniques and strategies designed to more effectively teach children with autism […]

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