Marjorie Bernadeau-Alexandre is a Strategic Manager with over twenty years of experience in utilizing Data Analytics to determine organizational needs and provide recommendations for effective outcomes. She earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Strategic Management with Social Responsibility from Bentley University and a Bachelor from Northeastern University. She is also a Board Certified Researcher on Human Subjects, Department of Public Health Certified Batterer Intervention Counselor, and Northeastern University Law School DV Institute: Domestic Violence Victim Advocate. Her career has expended across various industries, served as the Senior Data Specialist for the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department leading the Research Office in proving strategic planning using statistical analysis for informed decisions to reduce recidivism. Senior Analyst for Boston University Corporate Relations Office, managing the CRM system and analyzing financial and non-financial metrics for effectiveness of continuous engagement. Majority of her career has been with the Boston Police Department for over 19 years, worked under the Commissioner’s Office providing statistical analysis, best practices research, and ensuring legislative reporting requirements are met.
As a community researcher, she is on the front line in assisting to decrease the impact of the various issues plaguing the State of Mass. She is a member of MA-JCOIN (Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network) on a groundbreaking initiative to study the Criminal Justice System response to the opioid epidemic. She has served as the Evaluator for the Boston Judicial Oversight Demonstration Project with the National Institute of Justice, board member for the MA Violent Death Reporting Advisory Group, the Urban Institute and the National Institute of Justice to develop a comprehensive community response to domestic violence. She led the Boston Police Department Racial Profiling Initiative and various policy-impactful projects. As an active member of the Boston Community, she has volunteered countless hours in providing assistance to empowering the community.
For the past ten years, she has voluntarily served as the Director for the BMBC Community Center, a non-profit organization that provides low-income families in Greater Boston with educational, vocational training, accessing social assistance and provides food through their pantry. During the CV19 Pandemic, she collaborated with the Massachusetts Parent Union conducting information sessions to assist parents in understanding their options and new policy mandates.
She is also an executive member of HAU (Haitian-Americans United, Inc.) striving to unite all Haitians and Haitian-Americans for community development for the common good. Marjorie has received numerous awards and recognitions over the years. She enjoys working to empowerment the community toward a more equitable future and spending time with her family. Her moto is “People first, everything else: fillers”.