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Miller Accepts New Role at Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties (BBBS) has announced that Madisyn Miller will transition to a new role as Program Manager for the Mentor2.0 Program. In her new role, Madisyn will create and support matches between high school juniors and mentors in an effort to help students through their senior year and transition into college and other post-secondary pathways.

The Mentor2.0 Program is tailored to ensure that the mentor-mentee relationship has the correct structure and guidance needed for high school students as they approach this major milestone and transition.

“Madisyn has been an integral part of the BBBS team, and we are thrilled that she will be leading this critical initiative,” said Donna Bennett, president and CEO of BBBS. “We believe in her skills, work ethic, and know she has what it takes to help the mentors and mentees of the Mentor2.0 program be successful, feel fulfilled and make an impact through defending potential in our communities.”

“I am honored to accept my new role working with the Mentor2.0 program mentors and mentees,” said Madisyn Miller. “Once being in their shoes, going through the college process, I know how stressful and tough the process can be. With my experience and passion for helping others, I look forward to helping the high school students and their mentors acquaint and get the most of the program.”

To learn more about the role mentoring plays in our community, volunteer opportunities, or additional ways to support Big Brothers Big Sisters Cumberland & Salem, call 856-692-0916, or visit