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    Julia Satti Cosentino

    Board Chair - Julia Satti Cosentino (she/her/hers) is a partner of the law firm of Nutter, McClennen & Fish, LLP, in Boston. At Nutter, she is a member of the Private Client Department and co-founder of the Nonprofit and Social Impact practice group. Julia focuses on complex estate and tax planning, probate and trust administration, and advising family foundations and philanthropists. Julia serves as trustee or director of numerous private trusts and foundations. Julia is active in diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the Boston legal community, a Member of the Corporation of Perkins School for the Blind and a representative town meeting member in her hometown. Julia received her B.S. magna cum laude from Boston College and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center

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    Emily Fish

    Emily Fish (she/her/hers) is a criminal justice reform advocate and a direct-service provider for the highest risk youth in Greater Boston’s most marginalized communities. Currently, she is an Assistant Director at Roca Inc., an organization focused on disrupting cycles of incarceration and poverty.

    Emily helped open and now runs Roca’s Lynn site, which serves the North Shore, where she oversees all youth work, stage-based programming, subsidized employment, and behavioral health services there. In 2018, she held Massachusetts’ first restorative justice process inside a jail between incarcerated people and correctional officers. 

    Emily has also worked for organizations focused on housing insecurity, immigrant rights, homeless youth, and behavioral health as well as working as a cook and carpenter where she taught pre-vocational skills to high-risk youth in both fields. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Wesleyan University and graduated from the Tisch College of Civic Life’s Non-Profit Management and Leadership Program at Tufts University. Emily also serves on the Board of the ACLU of Massachusetts.

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    Katherine Gross

    Katherine Gross (she/her/hers) is the Director of The Charlotte Foundation, an innovative family foundation that provides high-performing nonprofits with strategic advice along with funding. Katherine has also worked to improve the efficacy of local philanthropy through collaboratives such as the Social Innovation Forum, EdVestors, where she serves on the board, and Associated Grant Makers. She began her career as a commercial banker working with small businesses in inner city communities. Subsequently, Katherine managed an investment fund focused on fostering business growth in low-income communities. She received an MBA from Yale School of Management and an undergraduate degree from Stanford University. 

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    Amanda Hahnel

    Amanda Hahnel (she/her/hers) is the Director of Emerging Products at Fidelity where she builds solutions to help people manage, pay down, and avoid student debt. Amanda has previously worked for non-profits creating system-wide innovation to reduce financial insecurity in the US and to improve access to financial products, education, and health care internationally. Amanda holds an MBA from Penn State, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tufts University.

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    Weston (Tony) Howland III

    Weston (Tony) Howland III (he/him/his), CFA, is Chairman and CEO of Howland Capital Management, where he also serves as a trustee and portfolio manager. Tony joined Howland Capital in 1984, after working for C.T. Bowring, Lloyds of London, and Atlantic Mutual Insurance. Tony graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ohio Wesleyan University and is a CFA charterholder. At Howland Capital, Tony is a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society and serves on the board of Redtail Solutions. He is a trustee at the Fenn School and Manomet Inc. and serves on the boards of several other local nonprofit organizations.

  • Jordan Krasnow

    Jordan Krasnow

    Jordan Krasnow (he/him/his) retired from the practice of law after a 46 year career as a commercial real estate attorney. Most recently he was a Director at Goulston & Storrs in Boston. During his career, Jordan specialized in local and national commercial real estate transactions, financing and development. Since his retirement as a Director, Jordan has engaged with a number of nonprofits in greater Boston. He has served on several other boards, including Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston, Playworks New England, Veterans Legal Services, and the Roxbury Preparatory Charter School Foundation. Jordan is an Access to Justice Fellow and is a real estate and organizational development advisor to several small nonprofits, including 2018 Social Innovators, Fathers’ UpLift and GreenRoots. Jordan received his A.B. from Clark University and his J.D. magna cum laude from Boston University Law School.

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    Delphene Mooney

    Vice Chair - Delphene Mooney (she/her/hers) is the Executive Director of On The Rise, Inc. in Cambridge. She is a relationship-builder and leader in fundraising, community engagement, management, racial equity, and strategic planning. With more than 15 years in the philanthropy and nonprofit sector, her areas of expertise span multiple fields, including healthcare, human services and higher education. Delphene is a strategic leader of diverse people and perspectives and has a proven track record of building teams that create values-driven impact for those with the fewest options. Delphene received her undergraduate degree from Boston University and her MPA from Suffolk University Sawyer Business School.

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    Suzanne Offit

    Suzanne Offit (she/her/hers) has most recently focused on her project “Transforming the Jewish Communal Response to Suicide” by leading a twice monthly suicide loss bereavement group on zoom which draws folks from around the United States.

     Suzanne is a Rabbi and was ordained at the Hebrew College Rabbinical School, which she entered as one of its founding students in 2004. She is a Board Certified Chaplain and served as the Palliative Care chaplain in post-acute services at Hebrew SeniorLife in Boston. Her focus was geriatrics and end-of-life work with patients and families.

     Rabbi Offit is dedicated to understanding through her many experiences and research how best to serve vulnerable populations in our society and how substance use disorder, moral injury, chronic illness and racism affect families. She is the past Chair of the Hadassah Foundation. She has served on over 10 Boards in and around Boston including Gann Academy, as the long serving Chair of the Pluralism Committee, and is on the founding board of Zaggo Care, an organization dedicated to helping patients and families navigate the healthcare system during a health crisis.

     In addition to her Board work, Suzanne is a longtime volunteer with the American Jewish World Service and has traveled with the organization to Senegal, India, Haiti and El Salvador.

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    Andrea Perry

    Andrea (she/her/hers) is a Senior Program Officer at Fidelity Foundations on the Economic Opportunity team. Prior to this role, Andrea was the Associate Director for Pilot Projects at Harvard Radcliffe Institute overseeing two strategic focus areas– youth leadership and law, education, and justice. Andrea also served for eleven years as the Executive Director of YouthConnect, a program of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston that places clinical social workers inside Boston police stations to work with youth and families involved in the criminal legal system. Andrea has over 20 years of experience working directly with Boston’s most vulnerable youth, including her work as a VISTA volunteer creating mentoring programs for Boston Public Schools, in a juvenile court clinic, with a teen parenting program, and as a member of an on-call trauma response team.  She earned her undergraduate degree at Smith College, and her MSW at Boston College School of Social Work. In 2012, the White House named Andrea as a “Champion of Change” for youth violence prevention. She is an alumna of the Boston University Institute for Non-Profit Management and Leadership program and a 2015 graduate of LeadBoston.

  • Vikram Punwani

    Vikram Punwani

    Vikram Punwani (he/him/his) was previously the Chief Risk Officer for Katsumi Global, a supply chain finance company that Vikram helped launch and grow to over $1B in asset purchases. Prior to Katsumi, Vikram was a Managing Director at Bain Capital, where he was employed for 19 years. During his time at Bain Capital, Vikram was involved in expanding Bain Capital Credit’s investing capabilities in the Business Services, Software and Ground Transportation sectors by sourcing opportunities, conducting due diligence and executing over $1B of debt and equity investments across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America. Vikram also temporarily relocated to Sydney, Australia, in 2017-18 to help lead the firm’s Direct Lending and Distressed and Special Situations investments in the region. Earlier in his career, Vikram was an Associate Consultant at Bain and Company, where he worked with clients in the technology, telecommunications, and private equity sectors. Outside of work, Vikram has a passion for community involvement. He helped create an after-school program for recent immigrants into the Cambridge community that assisted students with applications for college, finding summer internships, and the development of various life skills. Vikram holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Cornell University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.

  • Nageeb Sumar

    Nageeb Sumar

    Nageeb Sumar (he/him/his) is an expert on philanthropy and global development diplomacy, with over 20 years of experience partnering with organizations and philanthropists to create global change. He joined Fidelity Investments in August 2022 as its inaugural Head of Social Impact, leading a new initiative called “Invest in My Education” to support underserved students with scholarship and wrap-around support as they earn postsecondary credentials.

    For four years, Nageeb served as a Vice President of Philanthropic Strategies at Fidelity Charitable, where he partnered with the nation’s most generous donors in their efforts to catalyze social change in the US and abroad. Previously, Nageeb worked at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's D.C. office, where he oversaw an international team which engaged governments, foundations, and philanthropists to advance various social goals.

    Nageeb began his career at Oxfam America, where he helped develop and train community savings groups. Through his international engagements, he has work experience in 17 countries and foundation grantmaking experience in 9 countries. Nageeb holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies from Cornell University, a master’s degree in international finance from Queen’s School of Business, and law degrees from McGill Law School.

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    Colby Swettberg

    Colby (Colby) Swettberg has been Chief Executive Officer of Silver Lining Mentoring since 2009. Under Colby’s leadership, Silver Lining has grown to serve more than eight times as many young people and has more than quadrupled its budget. Silver Lining was named as a Social Innovator in 2014 for “providing a sustainable solution to one of the region’s toughest social issues,” and was subsequently selected as a three-year investee by Social Venture Partners as a result of the organization’s high impact, results-driven model. Colby came to Silver Lining Mentoring after working at The Home for Little Wanderers, where Colby opened and oversaw a group home for LGBTQ teenagers, did clinical work in adoption and family stabilization and provided training and consultation nationwide on LGBTQ issues. Colby was honored to be chosen by Senator John Kerry for the “Angel in Adoption” award for advocacy efforts on behalf of youth in foster care and later as a Barr Foundation Fellow in recognition of their leadership in foster care and mentoring innovation. Colby holds a master’s degree in Education from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons School of Social Work.