Vincent Hoye

Title: Correctional Education Administrator, Consultant
Company: Private Consulting Practice
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States 

Vincent Hoye, a Private Consultant, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in correctional administration.

Mr. Hoye always had a desire to make a contribution to the field of education. Upon completing service in the United States Naval Air Force in 1955, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in history and government from Stonehill College in North Eaton, Massachusetts, in 1958. Soon thereafter, he became the president of Hoye Associates in Boston between 1965 to 1973 and later assumed employment with the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School from 1979 to 1985. During this time, Mr. Hoye secured a Master of Education in secondary education from Boston State University in 1981. Two years later, he received a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in education administration from the University of Massachusetts and began his tenure with the Massachusetts Department of Corrections as a vocational coordinator for the education division in 1985. He would later have concluded his academic efforts with a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in occupation education from the University of Massachusetts.

As he progressed with the Massachusetts Department of Corrections, Mr. Hoye served the roles of department director, principal, and supervisor from 1987 until his retirement in 1992. In the past, he excelled as the superintendent for the Virginia Department of Corrections in Richmond and as a consultant with the New England Lobster Systems in Boston, Massachusetts. Today, he occasionally provides consulting services in correctional education. Throughout his career, he is most proud of receiving three gubernatorial appointments from two different Governors of Massachusetts, Governor Eddie King and Governor Pataki. He was also appointed to the bureau of pipefitters and refrigeration technician license board. For his contributions to the field, Mr. Hoye was a recipient of the Silver Medal from the Massachusetts Human Society of Boston in 1947. Enjoying his retirement, he walks, hikes, and reading during his spare time.

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