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Dr. Susan G. Weinberger
Dr. Weinberger (aka. "Dr. Mentor") has been recognized for her expertise in establishing, maintaining, and evaluating school and community-based mentoring programs and school-to-work initiatives. Her work has been published widely and the program she designed has been replicated in more than 40 States, as well as in Bermuda and Canada.

Susan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Modern Languages from Carnegie-Mellon University; a masters degree in Elementary and Bilingual Education from Manhattanville College and her doctorate from the College of Business and Public Management at the University of Bridgeport.

Dr. Weinberger is the former Chair of the Public Policy Council of MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership, and is the founding member of its Technical Assistance Corps. She is a consultant to the U.S. Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, Labor, and Justice on their mentoring initiatives, as well as to many state-level government agencies involved in mentoring. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of Scholarship America and the Board of Directors of the National Assembly of Health and Human Services.

Her publications on mentoring include: The My Mentor and Me Series, Business Guide to Mentoring, Strengthening Native Community Commitment through Mentoring, The Mentor Handbook, and Mentoring a Movement: My Personal Journey.

In 1993, Susan traveled to the East Room of the White House to receive President Clinton's coveted Volunteer Action Award for her work in mentoring.

For those interested, please click here to download Dr. Weinberger's curriculum vita in Word format.