MaryAnne completed a year of service with people on the streets through the Holy Cross Associates Program after she graduated from Saint Anselm College with a degree in psychology. She has a graduate degree in Spiritual and Pastoral Care from Loyola University Maryland. MaryAnne has worked with educating students on issues of faith and justice since 2004 working at both Loyola University Maryland and Assumption College. She began her tenure at Stonehill as the Campus Minister for Community Service & Partnerships orchestrating the Community Engagement Program in 2009. She is a trained spiritual director and has completed a 30 Day Ignatian Exercises Retreat. MaryAnne guides the Interfaith Women's Spirituality Programs along with the Justice Scholars Program. MaryAnne’s major focus is directing the H.O.P.E. Service Immersion Program. Her interests include spiritual direction, retreat facilitation and working for justice and peace.