New Faculty Join the MS in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy Degree Program
11.12.2007 —Bay Path College’s MS in Nonprofit Management program is pleased to announce that A. Rima Dael and Jeffrey L. Greim have joined the faculty as full-time assistant professors.
Professor Dael comes to Bay Path College with a comprehensive background developing and managing nonprofit programs. Most recently, she was program director of the Berkshire Bank Foundation Pioneer Valley program, responsible for managing the distribution of the bank’s charitable and grant activities. Prior to that, she was program manager of the Human Service Forum in Springfield, and a nonprofit management consultant for numerous organizations in the New York City area. Professor Dael holds a BA from Mount Holyoke College and an MS in Nonprofit Management from the New School University, Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy in New York. In addition to her hands-on experience as a nonprofit professional, Professor Dael is focused on translating theoretical concepts of nonprofit management into practical professional applications to create sustainable programs and build strong networks.
Professor Greim, who has been an adjunct professor at Bay Path since 2006, comes to his full-time position after holding the chief operating officer position for over seven years at Partners for Community. A Springfield-based management services organization, it is comprised of three affiliated nonprofit organizations with 250 employees operating 20 different programs at sites throughout New England. He has also been an educational consultant, writing a 32-lesson curriculum on the world of work for the American Education Corporation. In addition, he was senior program officer for an organization in Philadelphia designed to promote the healthy development of adolescents living in low-income neighborhoods. Professor Greim has also worked in human resources administration for human service organizations in New York City. Professor Greim holds a BA in government from the College of William and Mary, and MS in Early Childhood Education from Bank Street College of Education in New York, and a Master’s in Public Policy Sciences from Duke University.
Bay Path College’s Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy
program offers a Master of Science degree, as well as graduate certificates in both nonprofit management and philanthropy. For more information about the program, please contact the graduate admissions office at Bay Path College, 413.565.1332 or e-mail: email@example.com
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