Marguerite Corvini, MSW, Project Director – Ms. Corvini is a Project Director at the University of New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice and has more 10 years of experience in designing, implementing, facilitating and evaluating several training projects for community and medical providers. She has completed Project ECHO® (Extension of Community Health Care Outcomes) Immersion Training at the University of New Mexico and is part of the UNH ECHO Hub team, currently running the Medications for Addiction Treatment ECHO sessions. This program is part of the UNH Partnership for Academic Telepractice (PACT) which is a partnership between the Institute and the Department of Nursing. Ms. Corvini is also a member of the Leadership Team for the Northern New England Project ECHO® Network and specifically represents New Hampshire. She is the lead project director in the development of the UNH Telehealth Practice Center (TPC), an interdisciplinary center for telepractice innovation and learning and works with an interdisciplinary team to oversee all aspects of development.
Ms Corvini is also a staff member of the Center on Aging and Community Living (CACL). She has a focus on projects to support access to person-centered long-term care options for older people and persons living with a disability. In 2016 she received the Excellence in Collaboration Award for her interdisciplinary and collaborative work on a community aging project. She is currently engaged in an interdisciplinary research study with the UNH Research Affinity Group on Aging investigating senior housing resources. She specifically is interested in the intersections of technology and aging for low income older people.
Additionally, she has taught courses in the UNH Social Work Department and Department of Nursing as Adjunct Faculty, mentored students as a Field Supervisor, and worked as a Faculty Liaison to social work students in their placements.
She is currently in her third year of a doctoral program in Educational Leadership at Plymouth State University. She is also a member of the NH National Association of Social Workers, a volunteer for the NH Harm Reduction Coalition, and a board member of the Oyster River Mohariment Parent Teacher Organization.