Program Coordinator: Academics
Originally from California, Bianca has always been an advocate for educational spaces that empower students of color. Bianca graduated from Brown with her Sc.B in Educational Neuroscience in 2016, and her M.Ed. in Elementary and Bilingual Education from UCLA in 2018. During her three years in Los Angeles, she taught middle school as a founding teacher at Equitas Academy and focused her teaching practice on centering student voices. Bianca joined SquashBusters Providence in August 2019 and works in academics with Del Sesto Middle School students.
An alum of SquashBusters, Rodney graduated from the program in 2010 and went on to Bates College where he majored in Rhetoric and minored in Education. After graduating in 2014, Rodney returned to SQB Boston to work with both the middle and high school teams, helping students develop on and off the court. After transferring to SquashBusters Providence, Rodney moved into the role of Program Director of the site, assisting with recruiting students and continuing to support them on and off the court.
Alé graduated from the SquashBusters program in 2014 and joined the staff in 2015 while working towards her Associates degree. Having worked at both the Boston and Lawrence sites, Alé now works primarily with SQB Boston’s middle school students, helping them learn and develop their squash skills. With a passion for non-profits and youth development, Alé prioritizes relationship building with students in hopes of developing in them the grit and perseverance on court that will enable them to succeed in all areas of their lives.