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June Newsletter

I am excited to share an important announcement from the Community Teamwork Board of Directors about the leadership of Community Teamwork. After a thorough and diligent process, we are thrilled to welcome Carl Howell as Community Teamwork’s new CEO, effective November 1st. Carl brings a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to our mission. With an impressive background in social services and community development, he has demonstrated exceptional leadership, innovation, and a passion for community action.

Community Teamwork Appoints Carl Howell as next Chief Executive Officer

Community Teamwork has announced that Carl Howell will serve as the new Chief Executive Officer of Community Teamwork, effective November 1st, the date current CEO, Karen Frederick, retires. With an extensive background in community development and a passion for creating positive change, Carl brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this position.

Request for Proposals

Specifications with instructions for applicants for the provisions of weatherization services for the DOE, DOEBIL and Utility Weatherization Program are available upon request.

People power: CTI celebrates local champions

Goodwill, positive energy and esprit de corps flowed all night during Community Teamwork’s Champions of Community Action Gala, which featured special guests Lt Gov. Kim Driscoll and State Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities Secretary Ed Augustus.

Five community leaders feted at annual gala

Secretary of Housing and Livable Communities Ed Augustus and former former state Sen. Steve Panagiotakos at Community Teamwork’s Champions of Community Action Gala held at the Four Oaks Country Club in Dracut on May 23, 2024.

May Newsletter

A time to recognize and celebrate the work of Community Action Agencies around the country and to commemorate 60 Years of Community Action.

Student stories lead 33rd UMass Lowell Commencement Ceremonies

Archange Lombo declared as a computer engineering major in 2020 while classes were still being held remotely and he hadn’t met many of his fellow students. This memory, however, is not tinged with remorse. The Worcester resident and UMass Lowell senior looks back on the early accomplishments of his college journey fondly.