Project Undercover, the only organization in Rhode Island that works exclusively to reduce diaper need, continues to grow and gain momentum with the addition of two new board members: Jenine Masello, a Project Manager for the ExtraCare Program at CVS Health, and Colleen Devine-Carosi, a Providence Schools social worker.
Masello has been in the marketing arena for over twelve years, with a portfolio of experience that includes the beauty, toy, and healthcare industries. She graduated from William Paterson University of New Jersey with a B.A. in Communications and has won an Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors award for the Best Cosmetic Product Innovation. She currently resides in North Providence. “I hope with my skill set, experiences, and ability to cultivate strong relationships, I can propel this wonderful cause to the next level,” Masello says.
Colleen Devine-Carosi, LCSW earned her MSW from the Rhode Island College School of Social Work. She has been a social worker in the Providence Public Schools for nearly 20 years. “As a lifelong resident of Providence, I am inspired and determined to contribute health and wellness programs for underserved children,” she says.
“We’re excited to welcome Jenine and Colleen to our already strong team,” says Project Undercover Founder/President Richard Fleischer. “We believe the simplicity of our mission and our ability to make a real impact on families continues to attract talented, motivated people.”