Michael A. Green, Ed. D., Regional Director
Michael A. Green, Ed.D., a highly accomplished school administrator and education professional, became Regional Director of Trinity Catholic Academy in 2014. His 37-year career in education includes working in Easton, Pembroke, Plympton, and Stoughton as a classroom teacher, elementary school principal, Title One Director, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent. Dr. Green brings to Trinity Catholic Academy extensive experience in curriculum development, strategic planning, capital improvement planning, and other facets of school leadership and administration.
Kristin Blanchette, M.Ed., Lower Campus Principal
Kristin Blanchette's education through the Archdiocese of Boston's Aspiring Principal's program, her experience as a Catholic school teacher, and her passion to have a greater impact on the development and education of children make her an exceptional Lower Campus Principal. Overall, Kristin has spent 8 years teaching in the Archdiocese of Boston, including her prior roles at Trinity Catholic as the Head Preschool Teacher and Summer Camp Director.
John Giuggio, CAGS, Upper Campus Principal
John Giuggio comes to Trinity with a great deal of experience and expertise having successfully demonstrated leadership qualities while holding a number of teaching and administrative positions in both the Randolph Public Schools and Easton Public Schools. John holds a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) and currently supervises student teachers and teachers as an adjunct instructor in the Education Department at Stonehill College. In addition, he teachers literature as part of the Bard Clemente Course in the Humanities in Brockton.
Diane Moran, Administrative Assistant to the Regional Director
Diane has been with TCA since 2007. Born and raised in the Panama Canal Zone, Diane came to the United States and received her B.A. from the University of Northern Colorado and her M.Ed. from Bridgewater State College. During her teaching career, she taught at Bridgewater High School, Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School, and Brockton High School, as well as several classes at Massasoit Community College. Diane is a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Brockton and sings and cantors in the choir.
Jane Boulet, Chief Development Officer
A development and management professional with more than 25 years’ experience in the non-profit sector, Jane’s entrepreneurial drive has helped her direct development activities at the Archdiocese of Boston, the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children, and South Boston Harbor Academy Charter School to name a few. At TCA, Jane has helped the school springboard into success with her expertise in individual and corporate giving strategies, grants and proposal writing, stewardship communications, and volunteer engagement and management. She holds a B.A. from the University of Toronto and has two young children.
Lindsey Bouzan, Development Officer
As the Development Officer for TCA, Lindsey applies her skills in social development to benefit the youth of Brockton through implementing a strong fundraising foundation, and assisting with event management. Lindsey has a B.A. in International Studies with a concentration in Peace and Global Studies from Stonehill College, and studied peace and conflict transformation at the School for International Training in Serbia. Her interest in community development in relation to post-conflict transition has led her to several countries, including Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, Slovenia and Uganda.
Lizzy Duddy, Tuition Manager
Born and raised in Dorchester, Mrs. Duddy is a graduate of Curry College with a degree in Communications. She has worked in both the Private and Non-Profit sectors. Her previous experience in admissions, and the finance office of Elizabeth Seton Academy, prepared her to take on the role of tuition manager at TCA.
Betty Giblin, Extended Day Coordinator
Betty has taught in elementary grades for 39 years in the city of Brockton. During that time, she created Brockton’s extended day program, Smart Start, which operated year-round in all elementary schools in the city. In working with the Massachusetts’ Department of Early Education and Care (EEC), Betty has gained significant expertise in writing, reviewing and renewing vouchers for after school care. Betty is extremely pleased to have established the after school program at TCA.
Angela Miller, Business Manager
As the current Business Manager of another Catholic Academy on the south shore, and with experience working in the Archdiocese's Catholic Schools Office, Angela brings several years of experience in working with Catholic schools to Trinity Catholic Academy. She graduated from Stonehill College with a B.A. in Accounting and Economics. A Brockton native, Angela is happy to work in the community in which she grew up.