Founding Executive Director
Reader to Reader's founder, David Mazor, has been widely recognized for his devotion to literacy. He has received the Celebrate Literacy Award from the International Reading Association, the Janet Dakin Award for Human Services, Special Citations from both the Massachusetts State House and State Senate, and the Massachusetts Literacy Champion Award. Mazor was one of four people nationwide to be profiled in the 2006 edition of The Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease, and was featured on public radio's Marketplace Morning Report and in the Christian Science Monitor. Other books that highlight his literacy work are Everyday Philanthropist and Why Not Do What You Love? An Invitation to Calling and Contribution in a World Hungry for Your Gifts.
Director of Mentoring Programs
Mentor Support Coordinator
Family Literacy Program Director
Cait first joined the Reader to Reader team as a student work study employee in 2008. From 2008-2011 during her time as a student at Amherst college she worked as a reading mentor and summer enrichment program coordinator and founded the Reader to Reader supported program Beyond el Campo in Costa Rica. Upon graduating from Amherst in 2011, Cait received her Masters in Teaching from Smith College in 2012 and spent two years teaching high school Spanish at the Academy at Charlemont. She is absolutely thrilled to now be back at Reader to Reader as the Family Literacy Coordinator. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, writing, practicing yoga and world travel!
Navajo Nation Outreach Coordinator
Meg is based full-time on the Navajo Nation in Arizona, working with schools in Arizona and New Mexico, helping them take advantage of Reader to Reader’s mentoring and Blueprint for Success programs. In addition, she leads ACT prep workshops and assists students with their college searches at the St. Michael Indian School. She graduated from Carleton College in 2014 with a B.A. in Religion; in her major, she did ethnographic fieldwork at a Haitian church in Florida and a Somali mosque in Minnesota. After graduation, she returned home to Amherst, MA, where her interests in literacy and cross-cultural education led her to Reader to Reader. Meg has experience working with Native language revitalization projects as an intern with the nonprofit Cultural Survival, co-leading summer camps in rural Haiti, and working at a small Haitian publishing house in Florida, where she designed the first map of the world in Haitian Creole.
Coordinator, Maine Book Project
At the heart of Reader to Reader are our dedicated work-study and volunteer students. Each semester some 140 college students staff our online mentoring programs, help haul books, design promotional materials, provide critical support managing our website, do community outreach, and assume a host of other duties. Without them, Reader to Reader would not be possible. These workers come from a wide-range of schools, including Amherst College, Hampshire College, the University of Massachusetts, Mt. Holyoke College, Smith College, New Mexico State University, and Arizona State University.
Our success is due in great part to our wonderful community volunteers who collect, sort and pack books, and help with bookkeeping, inventory control and many other tasks. If you are interested in volunteering, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors
Founder and Executive Director
Children's Author, Educator
Award-Winning Author, The Phantom Tollbooth and The Dot and the Line
President emeritus of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America.
Kathleen Mazor, EdD
Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and Senior Research Associate, Meyers Primary Care Institute.
Director Langehneim Memorial Library, Thiel College.
J. Anthony Roberts
Music Producer, Educator