Jeanine Woods is an IMPACT:Ability Program Coordinator at IMPACT Boston. She teaches the Peer IMPACT program as well as safety and self-advocacy, abuse reporting and response, healthy relationships and sexuality education, and internet safety within the Boston Public School system. She has graduated from Middlesex Community College with an Associate of Science in Business Administration and went on to transfer to the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Management. She has previously worked and volunteered in various settings: community organizations, healthcare, classrooms, and government, including time at Fidelity House, Inspired Physical Rehab, Middlesex Community College, previous work with IMPACT Boston, and Hanscom Airforce Base, YWCA Boston’s Youth Leadership Initiative, Empowering People for Inclusive Communities (EPIC), and Alpha Sigma Tau- Beta Tau Chapter at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Social justice and community service have been a lifelong passion for creating access for all people with disabilities and networking these people to the resource they can use. Jeanine has also presented as Jane Doe Prevention speaker in 2017and cohosted Triangle’s 42nd Annual Gala in 2013.