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CCI celebrates Joe Krajewski’s 30 Years of Service

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Richard Medeiros and Joe Krajewski

Community Connections Inc. is celebrating Chief Operating Officer, Joseph Krajewski’s 30 years of service to the organization.  Mr. Krajewski began his career at CCI as a Case Manager and Vocational Evaluator for the Fall River Employment Program on 6/30/1986.  His natural way of working with people with intellectual and physical disabilities and his talents in working in human service administration soon paved his way to a path of promotions through the organization.  He has held nearly every management position at CCI since 1985, as the Manager of the Fall River Employment Services, Director of Employment and Residential Services, Regional Director and Vice President of Programs covering the Cape Cod, Plymouth, New Bedford, and Fall River Areas and finally to his current promotion in September, 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. This position is responsible for overseeing a $15M budget and over 300 employees.

“Joe is an invaluable member of the Community Connections team.  He is well liked and respected by his fellow employees, colleagues, people we serve and many of their family members. He leads with a sense of humor and purpose and has made an indelible mark on this fine organization.”  said Donna Sabecky, Founder, President and CEO.

Mr. Krajewski holds a Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from Assumption College, Worcester, MA. He and his spouse, Jackie, are parents of two adult children. He is a long time volunteer of Special Olympics and is an avid golfer.

Since 1985, Community Connections has been providing life-enriching services that promote optimal independence for people with intellectual and physical disabilities, such as Autism or Down Syndrome, as well as those suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries. It serves over 725 people per day in 65 towns and cities throughout Southeastern Massachusetts.

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