The Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center is located in the Founders Gallery (1st Floor)
General Contact Information Ph: 914.323.5447 Fax: 914.323.1268
Mailing Address Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center Manhattanville College Founders G-20 2900 Purchase Street Purchase, New York 10577
Craig Donnelly, Jr.
Community Service Coordinator
914.323.5223 | email@example.com Craig K Donnelly Jr. coordinates community service activities for the Sister Mary T Clark RSCJ Center for Religion and Social Justice seven days a week and has been especially successful in the enhancement of varied community partnerships and programming. He serves as the club advisor for Project Rise. Craig facilities service related workshops for varies colleges in Westchester County. He coordinates our Service Learning trips during the school year. Craig also directs a play per semester that benefits the CAST KIDS theater program. He earned his BA in Communication from Kean University. Craig will be completing his Masters in Marketing and Communication Management in May of 2020.
Mansoor Rizvi, LSW, is a graduate of Rutgers University in their Master's in Clinical Social Work program, where he studied to be a licensed social worker and therapist. Prior, he graduated from the Imam Ali Howza Islamic seminary formerly of Florida. (now in California). He lectures on Islam, community building, spiritual and theological issues. Mansoor is the founder of the online based community group Practical Islamic Spirituality, which caters to the spiritual needs of both Muslims and those looking to learn about Islam. He serves as a board member for Muslims 4 Peace , a 501c registered interfaith organization engaged in advocacy work.
Rachel E. Klein
Rachel earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania (2003) and bachelor's degree in Sociology with a concentration in Social Welfare from the University of Delaware (2001). Rachel became the Executive Director of Hillels of Westchester in 2014. Prior to her time in the Hillel family, Rachel served as a Reform synagogue director in New Jersey, youth group advisor, and educator. She began her social work career as a direct-practice social worker in mental health and substance abuse. Her journey from clinical social work to Hillel professional brought her to serve as an Assistant Child Advocate with the State of New Jersey for nearly a decade, where she focused on anti-bullying efforts, childhood lead poisoning, legislative oversight and individual advocacy. She is an award winning hobby winemaker and currently lives in Stamford, Connecticut with her fiance, Brian, English Bulldog, Lucy, and (master of the house) cat, Ollie*. Her superpowers include supremely organized packing skills and creating space for others.
Most recently, Joy served as Coordinator of Spirituality and Art Therapist at St. Vincent’s Behavioral Health Hospital in Harrison, board member of the Vincentian Service Corps and Director of Young Adult Ministry for the Sisters of Charity of New York where she designed and implemented a program of faith formation and community service. Her approach to theological reflection, especially when leading busy person retreats is holistic, integrating the arts, wellness and spirituality to promote healing and greater self-awareness. Joy is passionate about the opportunity to grow the tradition of the Clark Center by continuing to advocate for social justice and embracing the varied faith experiences of students, faculty and staff in a spirit of collaboration and celebration. An alumnus of Fordham University, the College of New Rochelle and City University, she holds graduate degrees in Spirituality, Clinical Art Therapy, Art Education and a B.A. in psychology from St. Joseph’s College. She and Brandy, her adorable Shih Tzu are a pet-assisted therapy team and love life exploring the nooks and crannies of Putnam County.