Corporate & Community Education Staff
Director of Adult Basic Education
Ms. Aspinwall has a master’s degree in Applied Sociology and is currently working on her doctorate in Psychoanalysis and Culture. She also taught sociology at the University of Massachusetts/Boston. Since 2004 she has worked as an ESL instructor and teacher’s trainer, a certified medical interpreter/translator, an advocate for immigrants, a program coordinator for Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts and qualitative social researcher with a focus on minority groups. Prior to 2004, Ms. Aspinwall lived and worked in Brazil, where she directed a language school, taught ESL classes, and trained instructors.
Transitions Director Linda Aspinwall has a long history of working with culturally diverse populations. She has traveled abroad extensively, and lived and worked in Brazil for over 25 years. She is both bilingual and bicultural. While living in Brazil she studied Portuguese and ESL at the Catholic University, taught ESL at all academic levels (grammar through graduate school), directed a language school and worked as a volunteer on academic projects for young adults at risk. She has been serving the student community at Massasoit since 2008.
Associate Director of Community Education
Cheryl Powers, Associate Director of Community Education, has over fourteen years of experience in post-secondary education. Prior to joining Massasoit Community College, Cheryl was the Site and Community Outreach Director of Fisher College, North Attleboro where she managed admissions, recruitment, enrollment, course development, faculty and staff, student advising and community and business industry outreach. At Massasoit, she assists the Director in planning, developing, managing and evaluating non-credit course offerings and programs, and provides support to students as needed. Cheryl has an MBA from Western Governors University.
Associate Director of Corporate Education
Steven Litcoff joined Massasoit 11 years ago as the Energy Efficiency Grant Coordinator, providing participants with customized training, internships, and job placement. For the past 10 years, Mr. Litcoff has been an administrator in the Corporate Education department coordinating trainings for private organizations, non-profits, and municipalities throughout the South Shore. Prior to joining Massasoit, Mr. Litcoff spent ten years as an administrator handling the training of large staffs, as well as budgetary, hiring, staff performance, and fund-raising functions in the early education field. He received his bachelor’s degree from Bridgewater State University and his M.Ed. in Psychology from Cambridge College.