Faculty & Staff
Theresa Comprelli McCutcheon
Theresa brings more than 25 years leading community-based programming and development initiatives in human service sectors. She began her career conducting assessments with expectant and postnatal parents to identify how caregiver support benefits newborns and grew New Jersey’s first home visitation pilots into a statewide network. Theresa served as a national trainer for Prevent Child Abuse America, as well as several evidence-based parenting programs including Healthy Families and Parents as Teachers and previously both directed university- and county-based volunteer programs. As a certified school social worker, she has also managed school-based, clinical programming for youth. McCutcheon holds an MSW from Rutgers University, a bachelor’s degree in health and human services from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and is working toward her MBA. McCutcheon has served as a consultant for non-profit executives and board members and volunteer for local nonprofit boards. McCutcheon has been a part-time lecturer at the School of Social Work and is a Rutgers Leadership Academy Fellow. Her most challenging and rewarding role, however, is raising two spirited teenage boys.