Rebecca Mooney joined MAAV as the Executive Director in 1997. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Lesley University and has worked in the field of prevention as a counselor and nonprofit manager for more than 30 years.
During her tenure at MAAV, Rebecca has spearheaded a range of violence prevention programs in the schools and community, including bullying prevention, domestic and teen dating violence prevention, mentoring, peer mediation and peer leadership programs. Rebecca has served as a trainer, panelist and guest speaker on bullying and teen dating violence prevention for conferences sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, Child Advocacy Center of Boston, Riverside Community Care and Boston Children’s Hospital, among others. In 2013 Rebecca had the honor of speaking at the White House as part of Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month.
Rebecca lives in Melrose with her husband; they have two adult daughters and two grandchildren.