What does working with the Center mean to you?
Working with the Center is an opportunity to expand my long-held belief in protecting the planet, from a micro level of specific projects to a macro level of global awareness. With education, there is hope that humanity's impact on the environment can be mitigated, and that potential for increasing social awareness and responsibility can be exponentially increased.
Margo Winslow is a retired psychotherapist who, during a twenty- two year career in private practice , specialized in counseling adult victims of sexual and emotional trauma. During the last twenty- five years, Margo also was a trustee at Goucher College in Baltimore Maryland, serving in leadership and fundraising roles. She was helpful in assuring that a major building on campus was Leeds approved, and supported the creation of a major in Environmental Studies.
Currently, Margo has just been elected to be the chair of the board of trustees at Newbury College in Brookline, MA., a four year college many of whose students are first generation attendees. She also is the Development chair at Jericho Road Project, a non- profit organization which trains and places skilled volunteers from the corporate world to assist boards of non- profits in communities with strong need. The idea is to enable non profit boards to serve more effectively, and therefore, with a deeper impact on communities with the fewest resources.
Margo has a Bachelors degree in political science from Goucher College, a Masters degree in social work from Boston University. She lives in Newton, MA.