Boston College High School President Profiled in Boston Business Journal

Grace Regan, President of NEC member Boston College High School (BC High) was the subject of a recent feature in the Boston Business Journal for her work improving the Columbia Point neighborhood in Dorchester, MA, where the school is located.

Regan, who became the all-boys school’s first female president in 2018, has not shied away from leading boldly in a turbulent time for the school, tackling faculty restructuring and enrollment management in her first years at BC High. But her leadership extends beyond the school itself.Regan became a leader in forming the organization “Point Partners,” a group of stakeholders and property owners in the area working to better the community as it has undergone a revitalization in recent years, and with it, encountered a new host of challenges.

“I kind of consider myself a convener,” Regan said of her efforts to organize the Point Partners. “The neighborhood is changing fast. It’s both a challenge and an opportunity we’re facing. I’m sure there will be more things coming this way and we have to be ready,” she says.

The New England Council applauds BC High for its leadership in the bettering of its neighborhood for the benefit of all. Read the profile in the Boston Business Journal

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