Colleen Doyle, MSW

Colleen Doyle comes to the Center with experience in nursing education, community impact, CDFIs and financial literacy support, evaluation, and crisis intervention. Doyle has a decade of experience working within the Washington University Medical Campus for both Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College and BJC Home Care Services.

Doyle is a NCCJ Anytown Youth Leadership graduate, having started her passion for disrupting systems of oppression in high school. Doyle now considers herself a “data-driven social worker”, earning her bachelor’s and master’s of social work at Saint Louis University, concentrating in communities and organizations with a specialization in nonprofit administration. Doyle then went on to receive a post-master’s certificate in program evaluation from Brown School of Social Work at Washington University, and two certificates from LaunchCode’s Women+ (FKA CoderGirl) program in SQL/database administration and data analytics.