Staff Spotlight: Amelia Cordischi

Join us in welcoming our new Marketing and Communications Specialist Amelia Cordischi to the Foundation!

“Having grown up in Sudbury, I am excited to work with the Foundation team to support and shine a spotlight on a community that means so much to me,” said Amelia.

Amelia brings extensive marketing and development experience from both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. She has planned numerous galas, produced promotional films for Fortune 500 companies, led archival projects, and has created content for both marketing pieces and annual magazines. “Amelia has strong writing, design and photography skills that we are excited to utilize at the Foundation. We welcome Amelia to the Foundation and are thrilled to have her on our team!,” says Jay Kim, Community Foundation MetroWest Executive Director.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Public Relations, and Marketing from Simmons University. As our Marketing and Communications Specialist, Amelia is responsible for planning and executing marketing and communications initiatives for the Foundation. Through maintaining our dynamic website, developing engaging social media campaigns, and designing captivating digital and print pieces, Amelia is increasing awareness of current community needs and building relationships with MetroWest residents and stakeholders.

Amelia resides in Newton with her dachshund, Daisy.

Amelia Cordischi headshot

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