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
Hylton-Patterson earned her undergraduate degree in African and African American Studies and Philosophy at Mount Holyoke College, a MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a MA Pan African Studies at Syracuse University. More recently, Hylton-Patterson completed four years of doctoral level training in Women & Gender Studies at the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University, with an emphasis on Black queer livability in the region. Her career includes: Teaching classes in Caribbean Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Critical Race Theory and Queer of Color Critique; Representing the YWCA of Elmira, NY as the Racial Justice Officer and Coordinator for the Human Relations Commission; And working to build the cultural competencies of American Foreign Service Officers at the U.S. Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica.
Hylton-Patterson began her Manhattanville career as the Coordinator for the Center for Inclusion, where she developed and delivered content for diversity and inclusion education programs and utilized her background in program evaluation to analyze and identify findings and metrics to drive culture change. Hylton-Patterson brings a wealth of experience as a college-level educator, diversity professional, social justice advocate, community organizer and interfaith coordinator, to her current appointment as the Acting Director for the Mary T. Clark Center for Religion & Social Justice, where she is responsible for the daily operations and project/program implementation of the Center.
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.