Allison Cox, UBMS Project Manager, received NEOA’s President’s Award.

Allison Cox, Upward Bound Math & Science Project Manager, received the New England Educational Opportunity Association’s (NEOA) President’s Award. The annual award is given to a member of the association in recognition of outstanding service to NEOA.

Allison Cox has served on the NEOA Board of Directors for three years, as Massachusetts State President and as Treasurer.

Allison Cox receives President's Award

Allison Cox receives President’s Award

Founded in 1972, NEOA is an organization of professionals who are actively interested in insuring equal educational opportunities in higher education. The mission of NEOA is to advocate for access to and success in post-secondary education for low-income individuals, first generation college students, and students with disabilities. NEOA also works with these students to develop the skills and knowledge of educational opportunity professionals working with this population.

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