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Carl Howell ’99 to speak at the White House Summit on Indoor Air Quality


Alumnus and Vice Chair of the College’s Board of Trustees Carl Howell has been asked to join a panel at the White House Summit and will speak on the public health topic of Indoor Air Quality via Livestream on Tuesday, October 11, from 1 to 5PM.

From the White House Summit:

The White House Summit on Indoor Air Quality will focus on our collective efforts to chart a path towards more buildings adopting indoor air quality improvements so that more Americans can benefit from its health protections. The Summit will promote clean indoor air as a force multiplier for reducing the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19, and help share best practices from leaders in the public and private sectors who have improved indoor air quality in their buildings.

RSVP link: https://pitc.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_embuW4xdSROch6-r1bXVRA All are welcome.

About Carl Howell

Carl W. Howell ’99 was appointed to the Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees in 2021. As an alumni of the college, he is especially interested in the student life experience along with the climate of the SJC community through diverse and equitable practices.

A Massachusetts resident, Mr. Howell currently serves as the Chief Program Officer (CPO) at Community Teamwork Inc., one of the largest Community Action Agencies in New England. His administrative focus is on community impact and compliance. Programming he oversees spans across 72 cities and towns. Mr. Howell has dedicated his career to mitigating the impacts of poverty and the disparities within social determinants of health.

Mr. Howell has served in advisory and/or board roles for Common Ground Inc., a Community Development Corporation (CDC); Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership, a first-time homeownership organization; Middlesex Community College’s Truth -Racial Healing and Transformation Center, a Community College’s department to support Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice efforts; Community Housing Inc., a 40B monitoring organization; DEI Consortium of Lowell, a grassroots advocacy entity; and Homes For Families, homeless advocacy organization.

Mr. Howell earned his bachelor’s in psychology from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine; a master’s in clinical mental health counseling from McDaniel College; a certificate from the Institute of Nonprofit Management and Leadership at Boston University; and a LEADS fellowship at Harvard Business School.