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    Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
    Communications & Marketing Office
    130 Essex Street
    South Hamilton, MA 01982
    (978) 646-4066
    communications.office@gcts.edu
    Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F

Meet Our Staff

Michael Colaneri | Director of Communications & Marketing

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2004
Hometown: Providence, RI
Degrees: B.A. in Communications (Rhode Island College); M.A. in Theology (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
Hobbies: Playing with my kids, reading and yard work
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Not Your Average Joes

Michael has more than 15 years of experience in communications and marketing for a number of sectors, including government, military and nonprofit. His responsibilities have ranged from writing and editing to website management and media relations. Prior to coming to Gordon-Conwell, he completed a short-term assignment in Germany as communications coordinator for Euro-Team, creating promotional materials for that organization.

Michael oversees all operations of the communications and marketing office, specifically the creation and implementation of marketing strategies for the institution as well as individual departments and programs.

Anne Doll | Senior Communications Advisor

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2000
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Degree: B.A. in English (Ohio University)
Hobbies: Playing the piano and singing, reading
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Captain Dusty's Ice Cream Shop

For nearly 10 years, Anne was the director of communications at Gordon-Conwell. Before making the trek from Ohio to Massachusetts, she worked in senior leadership positions in the health care field. Anne also co-founded a public relations firm that worked with major companies and hospitals across the country.

As senior communications advisor, Anne manages the production of Contact and the Annual Report.

Heather Korpi | Communications Specialist & Project Manager

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2012
Hometown: North Andover, MA
Degree: B.A. in English with writing concentration, art minor (Messiah College)
Hobbies: Running, photography, being outdoors, trying new recipes and DIY projects
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Crane Beach

Prior to her post at Gordon-Conwell, Heather worked as the international admissions counselor for Gordon College down the street. She has experience in web writing, feature writing and editing for global nonprofits and institutions of higher education, including Gordon College, the Agape Center at Messiah College, CURE International and HCJB Global.

Heather coordinates the communications project requests in addition to writing and editing.


Saul Mendoza | Electronic Communications Manager

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2011
Hometown: Boston, MA
Degree: B.F.A in Graphic Design (Suffolk University); Current M.A. in Religion student (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
Hobbies: Traveling, reading, spontaneous art crafting and enjoying prank videos on YouTube
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Ocean Drive

Saul has 10 years of experience in higher education ranging from admissions to curricular projects. His diverse experience includes admissions, event planning, design, web maintenance and administration. He served as the admissions processor for Gordon-Conwell's South Hamilton campus after working for Parsons The New School for Design in New York City.

Saul coordinates electronic communications and maintains the Gordon-Conwell website.

Nicole Rim | Graphic Designer

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2003
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Degree: B.F.A in Graphic Design with art history concentration (Rhode Island School of Design)
Hobbies: Landscape photography, eating Cambodian food and posting on Pinterest
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Ocean Lawn at the Coolidge Point Reservation

Nicole has over 10 years of graphic design experience, including identity branding, website design and print collateral for nonprofits, small businesses and advertising agencies. Before coming to Gordon-Conwell as a designer and part-time student, she worked with an advertising team on projects for The History Channel, A&E and NBC Sports.

Nicole designs all elements for the institution, manages the overall brand and coordinates photography.

Josh Kluth | Web Associate (Student Worker)

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2013
Hometown: Bremerton, WA
Degree and College: B.A. in English Literature, psychology minor (Western Washington University); Current M.A. in Religion & M.A. in Theology student (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
Hobbies: Savoring culinary delights, belly laughing, creation gawking, Seattle Seahawks and trying different blends of coffee
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Singing Beach

Josh previously worked as a communications coordinator for a nonprofit organization in Washington state, with responsibilities in graphic design, web maintenance and social media. He also has experience in teaching and preaching, and previously served as as the youth pastor at his church back home. Josh continues to help design artwork for a community theater on the side.

Josh maintains the Gordon-Conwell website and coordinates email marketing.

Melissa Zaldivar | Videographer (Student Worker)

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2012
Hometown: Atascadero, CA
Degree and College: B.A. in Communications (Moody Bible Institute, Chicago); Current M.A. in Theology student (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
Hobbies: Golfing, reading, writing, photography and videography
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Walden Pond

Melissa has been running a film and photography company since 2010 and has experience with video production in mass-media (doing everything from set-design to multi-camera directing at large-scale conferences). She has worked with major sports-media outlets covering NHL, NBA, MLB and other major league teams based in Chicagoland. She has also worked for promotional organizations in Israel, Jordan and across the U.S., and travels the country shooting weddings and other life events.

Melissa plans, writes, films and edits video at Gordon-Conwell, from promotional pieces to educational resources.