Mr. Khari Roulhac, M.Ed., a native of Boston, Massachusetts, comes to Bunker Hill Community College after serving at MassBay Community College for eight years.
Mr. Khari Roulhac, M.Ed., a native of Boston, Massachusetts, comes to Bunker Hill Community College after serving at MassBay Community College for eight years. Having served for three years as the Assistant Director of Athletics, he was promoted to the position of the Associate Director of Athletics, Recreation and Wellness. He was named Director of Athletics and Fitness Programs at Bunker Hill Community College effective June 5, 2013.
Under his student-centered leadership, the MassBay men’s basketball team captured three (09’, 11’, 13’) NJCAA Region XXI championships in a five-year span. Those championship years also saw MassBay achieve their first national tournament appearance, the highest national tournament finish and the highest win total in school history. The men’s soccer program was resurrected from the basement of the New England region to regular finishes at the top of the regular season and deep into the New England and state tournaments. In his tenure, MassBay produced over twenty-five All New England first team, second team and honorable mention selections, one NABC State Farm First-Team National All-American selection, one NABC State Farm Second-Team All-American and one NJCAA Academic All-American selection. He has been steadfast in maintaining a standard of academic excellence by putting academics first, initiating programs like Young Men of Color (YMOC) for at risk students, an Academic Success Program to support student-athletes academic performance, and the Student Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB), which provides a vehicle for the voices of the student-athlete experience.
Roulhac, who has been recognized as a leader in the community and in athletics, oversees 8 intercollegiate sports teams with close to 200 student-athletes and extended staff members. He is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the National Association of Two Year College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) and the New England Association for College Admission Counseling (NEACAC). This year marked his second consecutive term as a President of the Massachusetts Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC).
His memberships in professional organizations are extensive, including but not limited to the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA), the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), the Massachusetts Athletic Directors Association (MADA), the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA), and the Massachusetts College Personnel Association (MCPA). Other distinguished achievements also include a two year appointment to serve on the NJCAA Region XXI Soccer Committee.
He began his career in athletic administration at Cathedral High School where he was appointed Director of Athletics, along with several coaching assignments. Roulhac earned his B.A. Degree in History/ Education from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1999, Master’s of Education Degree from Fitchburg State University in 2005.
Roulhac is a spirit-filled enthusiast who enjoys supporting student-athletes in their pursuit of higher education. He is the author of “Getting Psyched”, published in the June 2005 issue of Athletic Management Magazine and founder/ CEO of Roulhac Enterprises, LLC, which serves as a resource bank for parents and youth seeking growth and development.
Mr. Khari Roulhac lives in Boston, MA with his wife Tanisha and three children, Khari Jr., Kiera Mae, and Jazmyne Monique.
Tracy comes to Bunker Hill Community College with over a decade of experience working in fitness and wellness.
Tracy comes to Bunker Hill Community College with over a decade of experience working in fitness and wellness. She is an educator, personal trainer, entrepreneur, self-confessed "neat-freak," and a student-focused administrator, among other things.
As a fitness guru, Tracy’s professional expertise extends from the training floor to management to the classroom. Her field experience has brought her into all areas of personal training and fitness—private one-on-one sessions, group fitness, personal training management, and club operations. Meanwhile, Tracy’s academic drive has seen her through both undergraduate and graduate degrees in sport management and exercise science. She began her professional career as a researcher at Old Dominion University, where she worked as a Graduate Assistant while pursuing her M.S.Ed. in the University's Department of Human Movement Sciences. After graduating Summa Cum Laude, Tracy moved back north and began capturing recognition in both gym and classroom settings.
Today, Tracy leads programming and operations in Bunker Hill’s Health and Wellness Center. She believes that working at Bunker Hill is not just an opportunity to offer creative fitness programming; she also believes in her role as a mentor and role model for the college’s diverse student population. When she is not at BHCC, you’ll find her teaching undergraduate courses in wellness, diet and exercise, and weight training in Salem State University’s Sport and Movement Science Department.
Tracy’s professional credentials include a personal training certification from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM – cPT) and an instructor certification for CPR/AED/First Aid from the American Red Cross.
Joan has served the Athletic Department at BHCC since 2011.
Joan has served the Athletic Department at BHCC since 2011. She is dedicated to supporting the mission of the Department as well as keeping the office running smoothly and efficiently. Joan is a familiar face to most people on campus as she worked in the Student Activities Office prior to her tenure in Athletics.
Joan earned her Associate’s Degree from Lasell College in Library Science and is currently working on a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies from Northeastern University. When she is not working at BHCC or studying for her next exam at Northeastern, she is participating in fellowship and mission opportunities at her church. Family and church are central in Joan’s life.
In addition to her administrative and organizational skills, Joan is a master in the kitchen and occasionally brings in homemade treats to the office. (It’s a good thing the Fitness Center is just around the corner.) She’s also quite a story teller and often has an effective home remedy for what ails you.
Joan lives north of Boston with her husband, Lou, and together they have three children, Laura, David, and Luke.