Wediko Summer Program Staff
Ed Zadravec, Psy.D.
Interim Director of Wediko School; Clinical Director
Psy.D., Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Sc.B., Brown University
Year Hired: 1986
Dr. Ed Zadravec’s work at Wediko is focused on helping Wediko staff to learn, grow, and provide the best services to children, families, and schools. As an administrator, supervisor and consultant, he is fortunate to meet with many interesting and dedicated professionals who share the goal of improving learning environments. Ed loves working with teams and finding ways to make use of the diverse strengths in every group. He looks forward to helping Wediko expand its role as a leader in school-based mental health services.
Program Operations Manager, Wediko Summer Program
B.A., Mount Holyoke College
A MA native, Jennifer joined Wediko in the winter of 2017 as the Program Operations Manager for the Wediko Summer Program. Prior to accepting this role, Jennifer gained years of operational and Human Resource experience working for local non-profit Citizen Schools and teaching in both public and private schools where she taught students with moderate to severe learning differences. Jennifer earned her B.A. in Anthropology with a minor in Educational Studies from Mount Holyoke College. Jennifer finds joy in singing, kayaking and spending time with her growing band of nieces and nephew! Her favorite book is Thank you Mr. Falker by Patricial Polacco.
Each year, Wediko Summer Program welcomes a diverse group of dedicated, energetic, flexible, and fun individuals who bring their skills, talents, and expertise to create a truly dynamic program. Staff are supervised by Master’s and Doctoral level clinicians who are embedded within the program and on campus 24/7.
“One of the last days of the summer program, a young man in my group told me that coming to Wediko was the best thing he had ever done. At first he came off as a big tough guy who wasn’t interested, but once I got to know him I realized that he needed somebody he could trust.”
Emily N., Summer Program Alumni
“The support from other staff members, being isolated in the woods of New Hampshire, and having the opportunity to process one on one with children and youth who have real issues/disabilities (emotional, mental, behavioral). These three things made my summers at Wediko unforgettable.”
Michael R., Summer Program Alumni
“I would describe the Wediko Summer Program as an intense and life changing experience. Every day is so full that the days feel like weeks and the weeks feels like days.”
Michael G., Summer Program Alumni