Director, National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement
Kim Alleyne completed her undergraduate work in economics at Yale College. In 2005, she earned a master’s degree in city planning at MIT. Her thesis explored local leadership development programs for community residents in urban neighborhoods.
Ms. Alleyne has over 15 years of experience in community building work in Boston. She has held positions in corporate philanthropy at the former BankBoston corporate foundation, community-based organization MYTOWN and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ms. Alleyne directs the National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement funded by the Office of Head Start (OHS) and Office of Child Care (OCC), a project operated by the Brazelton Touchpoints Center. She is currently completing a doctoral program in education.