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Dianne Domenech-Burgos

Dianne directs Mathematics & Science for Minority Students—an outreach program dedicated to advancing diversity in the STEM fields.

Dianne Burgos was appointed (MS)2 Director in August 2010. The (MS)2 program is Andover’s longest running educational outreach program and helps fulfill Andover commitment of being a private school with a public purpose. Working with public school students of color from all across the United States, talented students are brought for 3 summers for an amazing residential program focusing on math and science. Dianne is also an instructor of mathematics at Phillips Academy, an academic advisor, and a house complement in America House working with 9th grade ACE students.

Prior to her position at Andover, Ms. Burgos worked for 14 years in the Lawrence Public School system. She began her career as a math and physics teacher and advanced to become an assistant principal, before being named principal of the Math, Science and Technology High School, a position she held for seven years. Ms. Burgos is a native of Lawrence who boarded at Phillips Academy for a semester of study during her junior year in high school. She credits that experience as a major contributor to her academic ambition and professional success. A graduate of Lawrence High School, Ms. Burgos holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Merrimack College, an MEd degree from Salem State College and a certificate of advanced graduate studies in education administration and policy planning from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

ddomenechburgos@andover.edu
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