Anastasia Morton

Anastasia Morton

Mount Holyoke College, C’13, Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Educational Studies
LaGuardia Community College, C’09, Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts

Current Employment: Program Coordinator, Amherst Region Public School Family Center

Big Dream: Anastasia is passionate about education that empowers disenfranchised youth by teaching them the importance of identity, cultural appreciation, leadership and self-esteem. As a mother and dynamic member of the Pioneer Valley community, she works to bridge the communication gap between families, school and government officials, ensuring the creation of youth services that encourage the full development of children.

Leadership Activities:

  • 2012 Passport to Leadership Award, Weissman Center for Leadership, Mount Holyoke College
  • Scholar, Frances Perkins Program, Mount Holyoke College
  • Facilitator, Pioneer Valley Conferences and Seminars
  • School Aide, Wadleigh Secondary School, NYC
  • Graduate, Accelerated Study in Associate Program (ASAP), LGCC
  • Member, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society of Community Colleges
  • Parent Committee Co-Chair, Leggett Child Care Center, NYC