Work Opportunities Unlimited Promotes Rebecca Mayer to Director
Mayer leading the organization’s Boston market

DOVER, N.H., February 27, 2019—Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU), a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment, is pleased to announce Rebecca Mayer has completed the organization’s Director-in-Training Program and is now director of WOU’s Boston market. Mayer replaces Elena Stroeble, who now is regional director of Boston and North Shore.

Mayer joined WOU in August of 2016 as a career resource specialist on the Braintree team. She was promoted to team leader in August of 2017 and transitioned into the director-in-training program in August of 2018. She successfully completed the program and was placed in her current role in January of 2019.

“I am honored to continue this journey with WOU, assisting individuals with barriers and creating successful outcomes,” said Mayer. “I am excited to be able to work alongside a successful team of people who are passionate about helping others by forming positive relationships with our clients, employers, and our communities in the Boston area.”

Elena Stroeble commented, “Rebecca’s skills and talents perfectly reflect WOU’s mission. She has positively impacted the Boston market and because of talented people like Rebecca, WOU continues to grow.”

Mayer graduated from Nichols College with a bachelor’s in psychology and received her master’s in special education with a concentration in severe special needs from Simmons 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

Media Contact:
Ryan P. Mountain, Vice President
Work Opportunities Unlimited