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Clea Winneg has held a variety of positions in higher education for more than two decades. Che has worked at the Urban College of Boston for the last 4 years and is now the President of the college. Clea was the Associate Provost of the Charlestown campus at Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) before joining the leadership team at UCB. At BHCC Associate Provost Andreadis’ work included leadership and oversight of many aspects of the college’s academic and student affairs agenda including coordination of BHCC’s Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth, collaboration with community partners on innovative teaching and learning initiatives as well as overseeing the College’s Open Educational Resources, on line learning, community engagement and student support services areas.
Clea began her higher education career at Middlesex Community College (MCC) as a member of the criminal justice faculty in 1991 and held a variety of positions at MCC including Chair of the Criminal Justice Department, Coordinator of the Liberal Arts Program, Dean of the Division of Social Science and Human Services and finally, Associate Provost. Her day to day responsibilities in that role included coordinating many aspects of the college’s student success agenda including oversight of MCC’s Academic, Career and Transfer Advising Centers, libraries, and faculty and staff professional development initiatives.
Prior to joining the faculty at MCC Clea had a successful career in public service. Upon graduation from law school she prosecuted criminal cases as an Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County. Her relationships in the law enforcement and legal communities provided a starting point for her work with community partners on behalf of higher education institutions. In 2003, she was selected to oversee the development of a state wide law enforcement certificate curriculum. This project required the cooperation of over a dozen community colleges and the endorsement of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association. Under her leadership, a high quality, competency based curriculum was developed, approved and implemented within eighteen months.
Clea is a graduate of Colgate University and received her Juris Doctorate from Boston University School of Law.