Kerry Collins is a widely beloved powerhouse of charity work both in Boston and throughout the NHL. In her position as Senior Director of Community Relations for the Boston Bruins she is responsible for developing and leading all community relations programs including youth hockey, education and player initiatives. She does all this work with a great deal of kindness, passion, and enthusiasm.
Previously Collins worked for New England Sports Network (NESN) and SportsRadio 850 WEEI in Marketing and Promotions. She joined the Boston Bruins in 2003 and recently was promoted to Senior Director of Community Relations.
Collins is actively involved in and serves on the boards for many charities including Franciscan Children’s, Cystic Fibrosis, March of Dimes, Irish Cultural Center of New England, and the Progeria Research Foundation.
She enjoys traveling the world, watching sports, and she is an avid runner. Kerry’s goal is to run a half marathon in every U.S. state in the next five years.
Kerry is a native of Marshfield, MA. She received her degree in Business Management from Plymouth State College.Kerry has been the liaison between the Boston Bruins organization and the Ace Bailey Children’s Foundation for the past sixteen years. In that time we’ve come to know what members of the wider hockey community and so many other charities know: Kerry Collins is most definitely a very, very Good Guy!