Bonnevie to lead Framingham market in its continued growth

DOVER, N.H., July 09, 2019—Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU), a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment, recently appointed Robert “Rob” Bonnevie, Jr. as Director of its Framingham, Massachusetts market.

Bonnevie joined WOU after a five-year career with an organization that provides a variety of services to individuals on the autism spectrum and other special needs. While there, Bonnevie served in positions of increasing responsibility as he delivered behavior management and applied behavioral analysis techniques to students with autism and developmental disability.

“During my most recent role as program coordinator, I was able to run and manage one of the organizational group homes, and it was in that position where I learned the skills necessary for a director position with WOU,” commented Bonnevie. “I am excited to put my knowledge and experience to use here in the Framingham market and work with the team to help individuals in the community find meaningful work and further their independence.”

Tiffney Bergeron, Regional Director of WOU, stated, “Rob was chosen for the Director role because of his extensive experience working with people, his leadership potential and the commitment he showed to our culture. We are very excited to have Rob as part of the Framingham team and we look forward to seeing how the market expands under his leadership.”

Bonnevie graduated with a bachelor’s in psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is currently working towards a Master of Education in applied behavior analysis from Endicott College.


About Work Opportunities Unlimited

Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Dover, N.H. with operations throughout the eastern United States, Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU) is a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment. The company has grown from one person to a workforce of hundreds that serves thousands of adults and students annually. In addition to private citizens, WOU provides services to individuals referred by school districts, vocational rehabilitation programs, development disability agencies, the Massachusetts Departments of Mental Health, Transitional Assistance, and Children and Families, as well as the U.S. Social Security Administration through the Ticket to Work program. For information, visit

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