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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.

Nicole Rim | Manager of Creative Services

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 exploring non-touristy places
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, print collateral, website design and photography for nonprofits, small businesses and advertising agencies. Nicole designs all elements for the institution and manages the overall brand and identity of Gordon-Conwell.

 

Caitlin Smith | Digital Communication Manager

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2013
Hometown: Wellesley, MA
Degrees: B.A. in Psychology (Eastern Nazarene College); M.A. in Church History (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
Hobbies: Top-rope climbing, makeup artistry, and competitive video gaming
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Bearskin Neck, Rockport

Caitlin is a former Gordon-Conwell student who comes to the Marketing and Communications team with a background in IT and psychology. In the past Caitlin has used her technological skill set in the Stewardship and IT departments, and as a result has a deep appreciation for Christian higher education. She currently produces and updates the seminary webpages, is the primary resource for seminary Content Management Systems, and monitors and updates seminary social media presence.

 

Sarah Leong | Student Worker

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2014
Hometown: Hampden, Maine
Degree: B.S. in Mass Communications: Public Relations & Advertising | Minor: Business Administration (Towson, Md.); Current Master of Divinity student (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
Hobbies: Gymnastics, reading, writing, anything adventurous
Favorite Spot on the North Shore: Good Harbor Beach. Sarah joins the Gordon-Conwell marketing team with a background in community and public relations. Her experience includes working within the front offices of professional sport teams and as well as church administration. She competed gymnastics for 18 years, and as a former NCAA Division I athlete, she hopes  to be able to do back handsprings for years to come.