Nancy Donohue-Berthiaume is a Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of Staff and Faculty Development at QCC. She has more than 25 years of experience in professional development, previously serving as the Chair of the Non-Unit Professional Development Committee (NUPS) and Faculty and Staff Professional Development (FUPS) Committees prior to her appointment as the Chair of the Staff and Faculty Professional Development Committee. Professor Donohue-Berthiaume served for more than 5 years as the original Director and then Coordinator of the Center for Academic Excellence and Chaired the Center for Academic Excellence Steering Committee.
Her professional development accomplishments include establishing college-wide mentoring programs, designing professional development programs specifically for adjunct faculty members, establishing the college-wide Reading Round Table Book Club, conceptualizing and with approval implementing the QCC Leadership/Management Series, championing and establishing the AFSCME Professional Day, and coordinating college wide All College Professional Days, Holiday Luncheons, College Picnics, Retirement Recognition Ceremonies ,and Administrative Professionals Day.
She is trained as an Accelerated Learning, Effectuation Process, Appreciative Inquiry and Civility facilitator.
Professor or Donohue-Berthiaume has been repeatedly recognized in Who’s Who Among Teachers in American Universities and Colleges and was the recipient of both the Spring 2000 Quinsigamond Community College Student Senate Outstanding Faculty Award, and the 2007 Commonwealth Citation for Outstanding Performance.
In addition to her commitment to promoting and strengthening professionalism and collegiality on the Quinsigamond Community college campus, Professor Donohue-Berthiaume serves as an instructor and instructor trainer for the National Ski Patrol, Eastern Division.