101314i-Corinne-EspinozaFrom the Cambridge Community Center, Oct. 13: The Cambridge Community Center has appointed Corinne Espinoza as interim executive director.

Espinoza is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and the Leadership Development Program at Harvard’s Center for Workplace Development and brings with her two decades of professional and volunteer experience. Her professional competencies include accounting and finance, change management, process improvement, project management, administration, hiring, staff development and building management and procurement.

She is a resident, and bilingual in English and Spanish.

Before assuming her new position, Espinoza served as a member of the board of directors at the Community Center and was a member of the organization’s budget and finance committee.

“I care deeply for the Cambridge Community Center and I am thrilled to serve as interim executive director,” Espinoza said. “Thanks to years of involvement with the CCC, I know the importance of the resources it provides to this community. This is an opportunity to dedicate myself to work that engages my mind, heart and spirit.”

“As a member of our board of directors, Corinne has been a dedicated and passionate voice in support of the CCC for many years. She has proven to be a strong asset and I look forward to her continued contributions in her new leadership role,” said Lindsey Thorne-Bingham, president of the CCC board of directors.

Located in the Riverside neighborhood of Cambridge between Central Square and Memorial Drive, the Cambridge Community Center has been serving the community for more than 85 years. Today its mission is to promote community cooperation and unity, and empower youth, individuals and families by offering social, cultural, educational and recreational activities. Find out more here.