Resource Development Staff



The Resource Development Office Staff is here to help.  We assist Middlesex Community College employees to develop and refine project ideas, construct project budgets, compose competitive grant applications, submit proposals to a wide variety of funders, form internal grant management systems, and prepare reports to funders.  Middlesex Community College faculty and staff are encouraged to contact one of the staff members to discuss any questions or ideas related to seeking grants.



Susan A. Anderson, MSW
Dean of Resource Development
andersonsa@middlesex.mass.edu
Pollard Exchange Building, Room 323B
Lowell, MA 01852
(978) 656-3483

Reporting directly to the Vice President of Enrollment Management, Research, and Planning, Susan Anderson joined Middlesex Community College in the Fall of 2014.  Susan possesses fifteen years of leadership experience in grant writing, resource development, and institutional advancement in the Massachusetts community college system, including success in competitive applications to the U.S. Department of Education (TRIO programs, Title III Strengthening Institutions program, and FIPSE); and state agencies (MA DESE Adult Community Learning Centers and Department of Higher Education Performance Incentive Fund; and the Commonwealth Corporation’s WTCF program).  She also possesses experience for non-profit workforce and economic development agencies.  Susan holds a Master of Social Work from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature/Letters from Smith College.



Lisa Doucett

Director of Grant Development
Pollard Exchange Building, Room 323A
Lowell, MA 01852
(978) 656-3482
doucettl@middlesex.mass.edu

Lisa Doucett joined MCC in the spring of 2010 after 30 years of working with area non-profits in both general fundraising and grant writing.  A graduate of the University of New Hampshire, Lisa moved to Boston to work in human services and quickly became a grant writer at a social services agency.  Her fundraising background includes institutions such as the Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and community action agencies such as Action for Boston Community Development and
Action, Inc. of Gloucester.


Last Modified: 8/7/17