Mattapan native Marlow promoted to VP at ABCD        

Ronald Marlow, a “proud alumnus” of ABCD’s Head Start and SummerWorks programs. Photo courtesy ABCD

Ronald Marlow has been promoted to the position of vice president of workforce development and alternative education at Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD), a role that will have him leading the development and delivery of workforce development, educational, and supportive services through programs that bridge equity and access gaps for low-income adults and youth.

His job will involve him working with English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), ABCD’s education alternatives, University High School and Ostiguy High School, Youth Services, and the MassHire Metro North Career Centers.

Marlow previously served as ABCD’s director of workforce development and alternative education.

“Ron’s experience in the workforce development arena at ABCD the past four years, at the National Urban League, and with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and beyond have prepared him to lead ABCD’s workforce development and educational programming initiatives at the highest level,” said ABCD President and CEO Sharon Scott-Chandler.