Day-to-day operations of Five Colleges are carried out by the following staff, most of whom may be reached at the Five College center at 97 Spring Street in Amherst, MA 01002, (413) 542-4000.
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Neal B. Abraham (542-4009) executive director, is responsible for the oversight of all consortial activity. He meets regularly with, and is a member of the Five College Board of Directors. He also meets with the chief academic officers (Five College Deans Council), the Principal Business Officers (PBOs), the Librarians Council, the Principal Student Affairs Officers (PSAOs) and other academic and administrative groups.
Nancy Goff (542-4010) is director of development and is responsible for all grant activities within the consortium. She convenes the chief foundation officers, the corporate and foundation officers, and several grant-related committees.
Kevin Kennedy (542-4017) director of communications, is Five College's public relations officer. He is responsible for the consortium's published materials and its website content. His administrative responsibilities include work with committees in such areas as art, admissions, museum collaboration and student affairs, and as advisor to the Five College Student Coordinating Board. Kevin can be contacted for questions about events sponsored by Five Colleges.
Stacie Kroll (538-3092) is director of compliance and risk management in the Five College Compliance and Risk Management office, based at Mount Holyoke College. For the four colleges (Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith) and FCI, Stacie develops and implements related programs and manages the captive insurance program.
Anne Prescott (585-3751) is director of the Five College Center for East Asian Studies at Smith College. She manages programs to support teaching about East Asia in K-12 schools and builds relationships among faculty members and programs at the college level. Anne also leads study tours to East Asia.
Amy Wordelman (542-5264) is director of the Five College Center for the Study of World Languages. She is responsible for the FCCSWL's language programing and curriculum development projects. She provides leadership on all continuing and new initiatives and oversees technical support and resources as well as managing the administrative, program, and advising operations for the center.