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Karen Pierce Goncalves

Karen Pierce Goncalves, American marketing and strategic planning consultant, educator. Member Master of Fine Arts council Boston Museum Fine Arts, Northeastern University President's.


  • Goncalves, Karen Pierce was born on February 5, 1950 in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, United States. Daughter of Ralph Wallace and Betty (Tilton) Pierce.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science with honors, Northeastern University, 1973, Master of Business Administration with honors, 1975, Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration, 1989.


    • Assistant director Institute for New Enterprise Development, Belmont, Massachusetts, 1974-1978. Senior staff consultant Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1978-1981. President Karen P. Goncalves, Marketing Consultant, Inc., since 1981.

      Vice president marketing Luso Ceramics Corporation, Arlington, Massachusetts, 1982-1986. Instructor Northeastern University, Bentley College, Babson College. Speaker on marketing and strategic planning to numerous professional and educational groups, 1975-1987.

      Assistant professor Bentley College, since 1990.


    The commitment of individual Christians to work for social and political change should be recognized as a fully legitimate form of Christian discipleship.


    Everybody can reach the love of God. Salvation is for everyone who turns to God.

    Denomination: Methodist


    The supportive small group inside the Church is the most powerful tool for people to feel that they belong and also to learn and grow.


    Member Master of Fine Arts council Boston Museum Fine Arts, Northeastern University President's.


    • Married Humberto F. Goncalves, April 15, 1970. Children: Michelle Pierce-Ferreira, Michael David Pierce-Ferreira.
    • father: Ralph Wallace Pierce
    • mother: Betty (Tilton) Pierce
    • spouse: Humberto F. Goncalves
    • children: Michelle Pierce-Ferreira Goncalves
    • Michael David Pierce-Ferreira Goncalves
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    Born February 5, 1950
    (age 67)