Mena daSilva-Clark is responsible for the overall administration and educational leadership of the Off-Campus and Online Programs. She joined Boston University in 1988 and served as Co-Director of the NEMA Program until 2004. She was appointed Assistant Dean for Off-Campus Programs in 2004 and became the Assistant Dean for Off-Campus and Online Programs in 2010. Prior to working at Boston University, she served as the Clinical Director of Outpatient Mental Health at the Lowell Community Health Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Her professional interests include developing leadership and enhancing communities through nontraditional educational opportunities for working professionals.

Ms. daSilva-Clark earned an MSW from Simmons College, with a specialization in Community Mental Health. She completed the Susan Vogt Leadership Fellows Program at the Boston Consortium for Higher Education where she continues to provide coaching for current fellows in the program. In 2009, she received the Boston University School of Social Work Alumni Association award for the “Greatest Contribution to the School of Social Work.”

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