New Staff Introductions

New Staff Introductions

Juliette Noone

NuVu Cambridge Staff

Paula Garza Gonzalez (Architecture and Design Coach) is a new coach in Cambridge who will be added to NuVu as an Architecture and Design Coach. She holds a BS in Architecture and is currently working on her graduate degree at Harvard’s School of education and will be part-time throughout the fall while she finishes her graduate degree. 

Sammy Sass (Director of Student Support) is a new member of our student support team in Cambridge. She is our Director of Student Support. Sammy is a licensed mental health therapist, with a specialization in working with young people. She will be available to all students throughout the year.

Juliette Noone (Communications and Events Manager) is our new Communications & Events Manager in Cambridge. Juliette is a UMass Amherst alumni with a degree in Psychology and English. Before arriving in Boston, she lived in Philadelphia working as an immigration paralegal. She will be the primary contact for any questions that may arise from families.

Corey Predella (NuVu Intern) is a new Intern in Cambridge. Corey recently graduated high school at Beaver Country Day School and is now pursuing a gap year. Corey is a certified biomedical researcher through the Boston Medical Center who recently finished a research position coding for a doctor. He intends to pursue a degree in theoretical math during college. He will be helping out in studios with coding and CAD, and will be running a few seminars throughout the year.

NuVuX Staff

Chris Essex (Design Fellow) is our new NuVuX Fellow working at New Beginnings High School in Fort Meade, Florida. He holds a BA in Media and Information and has spent the last 5 years running a Makerspace in the Chicagoland area. Chris is passionate about creating and supporting learning environments where students can be their most creative selves and is looking forward to continuing that work at New Beginnings High School.

Lauren Mikaela Glenn (Design Fellow) will be our Fellow at The Wheeler School in Providence, Rhode Island. She recently graduated from the Masters of Industrial Design program at the Rhode Island School of Design and holds a BSE in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. In her personal practice, she works primarily in wood and glass and loves to collaborate in and across the arts and sciences.