Beth Reynolds (2014), Ashland’s Economic Dev. Director & Board member at MW Conf. for Women, was honored as a one of the 2019 ” Heroines” of MA. The award recognizes unheralded acts of public leadership & volunteerism that make our communities better places to live, and work that advances the status of women & girls. Honorees are positive change makers who don’t always make the news but always make a difference.
Jeremy Marsette (2016), DPW Director for the Town of Natick recently received a graduate certificate in Local Government Leadership & Management from a program designed exclusively for municipal employees interested in furthering their professional career in local government and pursuing a graduate degree. It is sponsored by the Mass Municipal Association in partnership with Suffolk University’s Moakley Center for Public Management.
Chris Meyers (2012) is now the Vice President of Financial Systems and Services at South Shore YMCA in Norwell, MA. Chris has served in finance roles at Y’s in the Greater Boston area for more than 20 years.
Jake Hepler (2018), Associate Director, FSU Office of Development & Alumni Relations, has joined the Board of Framingham FORCE. (Fostering Opioid Recovery, Compassion & Education The organization, founded by Cathy Miles (2012) recently received nonprofit status and has a mission to combat our opioid epidemic through compassion, education, and advocacy.
Danielle Kehoe (2019) has been promoted to Chief Advancement Officer and
Patti McCarthy (2019) has been promoted to Advancement Manager at The Learning Center for the Deaf. And congratulations to TLC for receiving Outstanding Organization of the Year Award from the MA Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH).
The award for their achievements impacting the lives of students and also community members,was given to the TLC team during Deaf and Hard of Hearing Constituents’ Day at the State House.
Jeremy Brandon (2017), AVP/Market Manager at Avidia Bank, was elected to the MW YMCA Board of Directors at the Y’s Annual Meeting in May.
Tiffany O’Connell (2013), principal at O’Connel Law LLC in Natick recently completed two 3-year terms on the Bethany Hill Place Board this month and was recognized for her service at the BHP Gala in May.