Session Bios – 2017

Executive Director
Community Foundation for Nantucket

Margaretta was born in Wilmington, Delaware, and has generational ties to Nantucket going back to the 1930’s. After graduating from St. Lawrence University, she moved to Nantucket year-round in 1979, and worked for the Nantucket Conservation Foundation and then the Nantucket Cottage Hospital. She married Bill Andrews in 1988 and began volunteering in the early 1990’s. She has served on the boards of the Children’s House Montessori School, Friends of Nantucket Public Schools, Nantucket Student Lacrosse, both the Cyrus Peirce and Nantucket High School Councils, and the Nantucket Cottage Hospital where she served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 2001-2008, and is currently an honorary trustee. She was the Secretary/Treasurer of the Nantucket Platform Tennis Association from 1991 to 2013. Margaretta joined the Community Foundation for Nantucket as Executive Director in October 2008.

Healthy Living Coordinator
YMCA Cape Cod

Tom joined the staff of YMCA Cape Cod in 2014 as a healthy living coordinator, where he oversees several community-oriented wellness and youth development programs. Before moving to the Cape, Tom called Springfield, Mass. home for more than 6 years, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in sports management from Springfield College and ran four years as a sprinter on the track and field team. His athletic accolades include being named a two-time NCAA All American and recording the school record for the 4×100-meter relay, which stands to this day. After college, Tom’s career took off at the AHL Providence Bruins, where he spent a year as a sales agent and manager. He then returned to Western Mass for a role at the Jewish Community Center in Springfield. As the JCC athletics coordinator, he taught physical education classes, coached youth basketball teams and ran before- and after-school programs.  A lifelong athlete, Tom grew up in upstate New York, where he played high school varsity sports at Rome Free Academy, including football and track and field. Tom is a puppy dad to an adorable Neapolitan Mastiff, Zeke — named after his favorite Dallas Cowboy, Ezekiel Elliott.

Dorbury Consultants

Rich Brothers recently retired as President and CEO of the Cape and Islands United Way, a position he held for thirteen years. During his tenure, he increased the average year’s fundraising total by 30% while markedly reducing the organization’s overhead expense, allowing even more dollars to flow to the community. He achieved his goal of transforming the United Way board into one on which the most influential leaders on Cape Cod sought membership. He created the “Second Home Community” fund, whereby wealthy seasonal residents pledged financial support for their second-home community, resulting in $2 million in new dollars. Altogether, Rich raised over $15 million dollars for those in need. He also established the United Way as “convener” for Cape “not for profits”, government agencies and funders to improve service delivery and fundraising in a more efficient and effective way.

Before coming to work on Cape Cod, Rich was, from 1984 to 1998, Vice President of the United Ways of New England. In that role, he was the primary fundraising counselor for 60 multi-state businesses and 30 local United Ways in Eastern New England. Those businesses included Raytheon, Verizon, Liberty Mutual Bank, IBM, John Hancock, Reebok, Polaroid, Stop and Shop and Digital Equipment Corporation. Working with the CEO’s and senior staff of these businesses and with community leaders, he was instrumental in raising over $300 million dollars.

Prior to his careers with United Way, Rich held several increasingly responsible management positions with Blue Cross/Blue Shield in Boston.  In his last position at “The Blues”, he served as Manager of Major Account Development. A native of Boston, he graduated from The English High School. He lives in Chatham with his wife Ellen and together they have three grown children and nine terrific grandchildren. Today he spends some of his time as Principal/Consultant at Dorbury Consulting.

Senior Vice President
Institutional Philanthropic Specialist
U.S. Trust

Joy Hunter Chaillou is a Senior Vice President, Institutional Philanthropic Specialist.  Joy began her career working with nonprofits in 2002. Her areas of focus include: investment management, charitable administration, planned giving and endowment development and nonprofit governance.

Joy joined the Institutional Investments & Philanthropic Solutions group in 2010 serving as a consultative resource for qualified nonprofit clients of U.S. Trust and Merrill Lynch.  In this role, she worked closely with organizational leadership and boards of directors. By providing tailored services, solutions and best practices to institutional nonprofit clients, she assisted them in capitalizing on opportunities and addressing challenges in support of successful mission fulfillment.

Prior to joining Institutional Investments & Philanthropic Solutions, Joy was a partner on an investment management team at Morgan Stanley where she worked with nonprofit organizations to help them increase their organizational capacity. Additionally, Joy spent six years at the American Heart Association serving as the Vice President of Planned Giving and Chair of their National Planned Giving Marketing Committee.

Joy earned her B.S. degree from Old Dominion University through the Centre d’Etude Franco-Américain de Management (CEFAM) and her M.B.A. in Strategic Leadership from Dominican University of California. She is a founding Board member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals in Westchester New York where serves as the Membership Chair.  Joy is also on the Board of Girl’s Inc. Westchester and the Children’s Support Foundation. She is the Co-Chair for the American Heart Association’s Heart Advisory Committee on Long Island and serves on the Professional Advisory Committees for Central Park Conservancy, Lighthouse International, and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.  Joy recently co-authored a book titled, Nonprofit Investment & Development Solutions: A guide to thriving in today’s economy.

Executive Director
Community Development Partnership

Jay Coburn has been an advocate, community activist and small business owner in a variety of positions over the past 27 years.  Jay grew up on a small family farm in New Jersey and has B.S. in Human Ecology from Cornell University. Before moving to the Cape, he spent 10 years in Washington, D.C. as an activist, lobbyist and policy analyst for several HIV/AIDS and adolescent health national non-profits. After moving to the Outer Cape in 1997, his career took a ten-year detour while he cofounded and ran one of Cape Cod’s most highly acclaimed restaurants, CHESTER, where he worked closely with local farms and fishermen. Prior to joining CDP, Jay worked with State Senator Dan Wolf as Co-Chair of the Campaign’s Finance Committee, Director of Community Relations for his State House Office and most recently as his Political Director.  Jay serves on the Boards of Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands; the Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board, the Steering Committee of the Cape & Islands Regional Network to Prevent Homelessness.  In 2015, Jay was appointed by Governor Baker to serve on the Massachusetts Rural Policy Commission.  He was elected to the Truro Board of Selectmen in 2012 and re-elected in 2015.  He served as Chair of the Select Board from 2013 to 2015.  Jay and his spouse, John Guerra, live in Truro with their Airedales Andy & Lilly, four laying hens and a rooster.

When Jay joined CDP in late 2012 he brought his extensive experience in non-profit management, public speaking, marketing and fundraising. As Executive Director, he oversees CDP’s programs, develops & maintains affordable housing and supports sustainable economic development through micro-loans and business development services. Jay manages an annual budget of $3.6 million funded through government and private sector grants, individual donors and program income while supervising a staff of 14 professionals.

Executive Director
Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra

Kim joined the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra (the Phil) as Executive Director in July of 2014.  Now in its 102nd season, the Phil played its first concert on December 28, 1913.  Today’s orchestra comprises all professionally trained musicians who come from diverse academic backgrounds, a variety of countries, and who bring a world-class level of precision, skill and dedication. 

Beyond the concert season, the Phil presents a wide-range of live music and educational programs to people of all ages and backgrounds.  Working with educators, leaders and community partners, the Phil reaches well beyond Plymouth throughout the South Shore, serving as innovator and advocate of music for all.

During her tenure at the Phil, Kim has led the organization through a period of growth and expansion to include an annual Independence Day concert on Plymouth’s waterfront (formerly a bi-annual event) and expanding educational offerings in the schools from a tri-annual program in Plymouth to annual programs in schools across the South Shore.  Audiences for the Phil’s core concert programs have grown by 15% under Kim’s leadership and increased development efforts have stabilized the Phil’s financial standing and allowed for reinvestment in the organization.

Kim has been a long-time advocate for the arts and is particularly interested in collaborations and partnerships within the arts and business communities. Truly believing that a rising tide floats all boats, Kim sees this as the key to sustaining and growing the arts within our communities.

Prior to joining the Phil, Kim was with the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra spending two years as Director of Concert and Event Operations and two years as Development Associate.  Having spent most of her career in the non-profit sector, prior to the Cape Symphony, Kim spent nine years at Plimoth Plantation in a variety of roles.

Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Kim and her husband, Simon, have lived in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the past 28 years.

Associate Director of Development
Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation

Jenn is the Associate Director of Development at the Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation where she focuses on major donor strategy, grants, donor engagement and campaign implementation. Prior to joining the Foundation, Jenn was Director of Development at Cotuit Center for the Arts where she leads the effort to increase membership from 450 to 1200, and increased philanthropic support by 225%.

Jenn is the past co-chair of Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod and the current co-chair of the New England Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (NEAHP) educational conference. She is also a member of the NEAHP board of directors, Cape Cod Young Professionals and the Community Leadership Institute of Cape Cod class of 2013. Jenn earned her BA in Psychology from Providence College and her MSW in Health, Aging and Disability Policy from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Philanthropic Officer
Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance

Christa joined the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance in November of 2016. Christa’s primary responsibilities include managing individual giving, including annual fund and major gifts. Prior to joining the Fishermen’s Alliance, she worked in fundraising roles for successful nonprofit organizations, including the Southern New England American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay and the AVON 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer.

Christa was born and raised in Worcester, MA and spent her summers in Sandwich, MA. She is a graduate of Queens University of Charlotte (NC) with a degree in Corporate Communication and Business Administration, and a specialization in Professional Golf Management. Christa is a member of the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund Alumni Committee and a volunteer Assistant Race Director for the annual High Five 5K road race in Sandwich which benefits Family Continuity whose services aids families on Cape Cod. Christa also serves as a committee member for Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod.

Director of Development and Communications
Maria Mitchell Association

George is the Director of Development and Communications at the Maria Mitchell Association located on the island of Nantucket.  Working with the Executive Director and staff members, George works to fundraise and market Nantucket’s Science Center.  His rich work experience and his expertise in graphic design works to make compelling reasons for donors to give to the Maria Mitchell Association.

Before joining the Maria Mitchell Association, George spent a decade working as a marketing and design consultant as the owner of Graphic Pix, Inc.  His client list included Commerce Rhode Island, Rhode Island Division of Tourism, Touro Synagogue and many more.

George’s other past work experiences include serving as the Executive Director for the Providence Tourism Council (RI), the Director of Marketing and Advertising for the Mystic and More Tourism District (CT) and for more than a decade as the Director of Communications for Mystic Aquarium.

He currently splits his time working on Nantucket and from his home in Charlestown, RI.

Living Whole Coaching

Panel Facilitator
Credentialed Life Coach
Non-Profit Financial Executive
Ceaseless Writer

We each make a difference.  Recognizing and clarifying how best you make your difference is Maggie’s mission.  As a Credentialed Life Coach, Maggie helps individuals connect or reconnect with that foundation we each hold within that propels us to the greatness we are meant to share in this world.  As an executive, she brings leadership to non-profit organizations that sustains a strong financial core to move their vision forward.  And as a writer, she shares her thoughts and perspectives on the value of, and how to, make your difference in this world.

Director of National Outreach
Latham Centers

Katrina Fryklund began her career at Latham Centers in 2013 as a Development Associate, was Development Director from 2015-2017, and is now the Director of National Outreach.  At Latham Centers Katrina participates in event planning and solicitation, community outreach, targeted marketing and grant writing.  Since 2014 Katrina has been involved with CCYP, first serving as Secretary and then as Co-Chair of the Career Connect Committee. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors. After losing a close friend, she initiated the Live for Lou Fund, a go-thru organization helping to fight the local drug epidemic on Cape Cod and the Islands. She serves as Co-Chair of the fund. Katrina graduated from Clark University in 2013 with a Master’s of Science in Professional Communication, and worked at Girls Inc. during her college tenure.

Chief Executive Officer
Housing Assistance Corporation

Alisa holds the honor of being the second CEO Housing Assistance Corporation has had since its inception in 1974. She arrived at HAC in January 2017, bringing with her more than two decades worth of experience in the nonprofit sector. She has served as the COO at Gosnold, the executive director at Alzheimer’s Services of Cape Cod & the Islands and the development director for The Cape Cod Foundation.

Originally from Lansing, Michigan, Alisa holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications from California State University and a Master’s of Science in communication management from Simmons College.

She and her husband Chris live in Orleans, where they are raising their three daughters.

Vice President Operations
Pan-Mass Challenge

On any given day at PMC HQ, you can find David Hellman focused on dual computer screens, headset flashing and hands free for multiple tasks.  It might be a new event innovation like rider tracking by smart phones or delivering email templates to riders to use for their fundraising. As Senior Vice President of Operations, Hellman keeps the PMC on the forefront of technology and logistics in order to keep the PMC on mission: donate 100% of every rider-raised dollar to DFCI.  Like many involved with the PMC, Hellman has a long history with the organization. In the 60’s he and Billy Starr attended the same summer camp. In the 70s, a 200-mile trek on the Appalachian Trail cemented their friendship and set Billy Starr on a path to the founding the PMC. Hellman became a Colorado ski industry executive in the 80s and in the 90s, came back to Boston each August to ride the PMC.  He came home for good in 2000 to join the PMC professional staff. Over the past nineteen years Hellman’s work behind the scenes has revolutionized the way riders, sponsors, and volunteers experience the event.  Since 2000, 100% of registration has been completed online and fundraising has gone from zero to 85% on the web. In 2002, 2 years before Facebook was created, PMC developed the first personal fundraising pages for riders to share their stories, photos and links. For Hellman innovation is more than technical – adding the Family Finish in Provincetown allowed the event to add 1,000 more riders who today raise over 8,000 each – $8 million more for the gift. These innovations led the Boston Business Journal to recognize Hellman as CIO (Chief Information Officer) of the Year in 2013.

Director of Development
Heritage Museum & Gardens

Beth has been the Director of Development for Heritage Museums & Gardens since June of 2014.  In that position, she is responsible for generating $1.2 million annually through gifts, membership, events, and corporate and foundation giving.  Her background is in marketing, public relations and sales; before moving to the Cape, she was the director of membership at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the director of marketing at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia; and the director of marketing at the Minnesota Orchestra in Minneapolis.

Founder and Executive Director
Calmer Choice

Fiona Jensen, OTR/L is the Founder and Executive Director of Calmer Choice, a non-profit organization that provides mindful awareness and social and emotional learning programs to students throughout Barnstable County in Massachusetts. Fiona started Calmer Choice in 2009, in response to the emotional devastation experienced by the community after the tragic death of several Barnstable High School students and graduates. To date, Calmer Choice has reached over 15,000 students in 10 different school districts across Cape Cod. Beyond its work with children and adolescents, Calmer Choice provides programming for parents and educators, and collaborates with researchers at Tufts Yale, MIT and Harvard Universities to establish precedents for the impact of mindful awareness on overall health, wellbeing, and academic performance in young people.

A graduate of Tufts University, Fiona is a tireless advocate for children, and was featured in the April 2013 issue of Mindful Magazine, Cape Cod Life and various other publications over the last 4 years. In 2014, Fiona Jensen received the Courage of Conscience award on behalf of the Peace Abbey, an international humanitarian award presented to the likes of Mother Theresa and Maya Angelou. She has been a guest lecturer at Tufts University and has been invited to present at numerous regional conferences around the country, including a Keynote speaker at the Bridging Hearts and Minds Conference in San Diego in February 2017 as a thought leader in bringing Secular Mindfulness into Education.

Development Director
Cape Cod Children’s Place

Meghan is one of those people with a lot of feelings. Whether they are happy, sad, or excited, these feelings tend to be …. big. They could be scary when she was younger, but as she grew up those big feelings became the fuel propelling her actions to create change in the world.  For seventeen years now, Meghan has created positive impacts in our community through her work at mission-driven organizations. In 2014 she joined the small but mighty team at Cape Cod Children’s Place where her fundraising, outreach, research, and relationship building buoys efforts to ensure every Cape Cod child is safe, healthy, educated, and nurtured. A true believer in collaboration, Meghan loves working with partners to create innovative, empowering solutions for our community’s needs. Known for the energy and passion she brings to her work, Meghan was named one of Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine’s 40 under 40 in 2017.  A frequent speaker at conferences across the State, she is grateful for any opportunity to shine a light on the needs of our residents, advocate for greater resources for Cape Codders, and share success stories from our community. Meghan lives in Brewster with her husband, Matt, and their two young daughters, Fiona and Coco.

Spring Hill Associates

Jim Lehane is President of Spring Hill Associates, a Cape-based consulting firm specializing in strengthening key operating components of not-for-profit organizations. Special focus is given to strategic planning, board development, and communications planning and execution. A 32- year resident of Cape Cod, he has served on several local boards including the Town of Sandwich Finance Committee, The Cape and Islands United Way, The Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, The Thornton W. Burgess Society and the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History. Off-Cape boards on which he served include The Boston Chamber of Commerce, The Boston Private Industry Council and The Massachusetts Business Roundtable.

Jim was Chief of Staff for the President of Boston College where he managed the staff and business affairs of the president’s office and was university ombudsman, coordinating with senior university officials on a variety of presidential initiatives. Principal staff liaison to the board of trustees, he also served as a policy and operational affairs advisor. Before joining the university, Jim completed a 26-year career at Verizon where he retired as Verizon/ New England’s Managing Director of External Affairs. In that role, he had responsibility for all planning and implementation of public and community relations activities as well as town and city municipal relations. At the same time, he served as Executive Project Manager for E911 implementation throughout New England.

Jim is a graduate of Boston College and has done graduate work at Bridgewater State University, Duke University, Babson College and Suffolk University. He lives with his wife Susan in East Sandwich and together they are the parents of four grown children and grandparents of eleven.

McKindsey Consulting Services

Marifran has conducted Board of Directors meetings outlining a Nonprofit Organization’s successes and challenges numerous times. In 2015, she started a business to assist smaller non-profits on Cape Cod who do not have the resources for a full-time financial officer to remain in compliance and fully maximize their funding.

Executive Director
The Family Pantry of Cape Cod

Christine Menard is the Executive Director of The Family Pantry of Cape Cod in Harwich, Massachusetts. The pantry is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide food and clothing to those in need. This is the encore career for Chris who retired from corporate America in 2014 after 29 years in the supermarket and office supply arenas. She spent 20 years with the Stop and Shop Supermarket Company, working her way up to VP and general sales manager for the Boston Division. She went on to work for Staples, Inc for 7 years and ultimately retired from the Giant Supermarket Company in Landover Md. Chris has a BS in Marketing, a BS in Management from VA Tech and recently earned a certificate in nonprofit leadership at the institute of Nonprofit Leadership through Tufts University.  Chris joined the Family Pantry as a volunteer in 2015 and assumed the role of ED in April 2016.  Chris lives in Harwich with her youngest daughter Jess, three dogs, two horses, and a fish named Lucy.

President and Chief Executive Officer
The Cape Cod Foundation

Kristin O’Malley joined the staff of The Cape Cod Foundation in 2004, became its Executive Director in 2013, and was then promoted to President and CEO in January 2017. Throughout her tenure at the Foundation, she has worked in areas including grantmaking, fund development and stewardship, community initiatives, and networking with regional nonprofits. She has presented on grantmaking and philanthropy for various groups and has served as a spokesperson for local and national publications and media outlets.

Kristin has been involved with many local community groups. She is a graduate and past Board member of the Community Leadership Institute of Cape Cod and currently serves as the Vice President of the Board for Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands, a judge for the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s Excellence Awards, a Trustee of the Joshua A. Nickerson Society, a member of the Middlebury College Alumni Admissions Program, a member of the Advisory Committee for the Cape Cod and Islands Major Crisis Relief Fund, a volunteer for St. Pius X School, and a member of Cape Cod Healthcare’s Patient and Family Advisory Council.

Kristin, a native Cape Codder, holds a BA from Middlebury College, an MBA in Nonprofit Management from Suffolk University, and a certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership through the Institute for Nonprofit Practice at Tufts University’s Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life. She was named one of the 2012 “40 Under 40” leaders by Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine. She lives in West Barnstable with her husband and two young children.

Chief Executive Officer
Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance

John Pappalardo has spent his entire career working to protect the traditions of Cape Cod’s oldest industry and to create new opportunities for the next generation of fishermen. He has been the CEO of the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance since 2010. Before that, he served for a decade as the organization’s Policy Director.

At the heart of Pappalardo’s work is the pursuit of new solutions to managing our marine environment. He is a strong advocate of including broader perspectives on current challenges and on approaches to protecting the ocean ecology. One top goal is to bring local fishermen’s knowledge and experience to bear on policymaking.

Whether he is engaged in fisheries management policy work or scientific projects, community education or local economic development, Pappalardo is particularly interested in the power of public-private partnerships. He sees these as a key to improving the quality of public policy decisions, and to the creation of more flexible fisheries policies—meaning policies that make good sense in the communities they are meant to protect.

Pappalardo was a member of the New England Fishery Management Council from 2002-2011. He served five of those years as its chairman, guiding the Council through implementation of the newly amended Magnuson-Stevens Act as well as the region’s first two catch share programs. He has also been on the National Organics Safety Board and spent 13 years on the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Advisory Commission.

He currently serves on the Joint Oceans Commission Initiative, the Massachusetts Ocean Advisory Council and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce.

A native New Englander, Pappalardo came to Cape Cod after completing a B.A. at Seton Hall University. While working as a commercial clammer, he became interested in the plight of the region’s small boat fishing industry and determined to advocate for its future. He helped build the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association—the predecessor to the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance—in 1999.

Non-Profit Consultant

Liz Rabideau is from West Barnstable and currently engages in work with non-profit organizations as a consultant. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a Master’s Certificate from UMass Boston in Gender, Leadership and Public Policy. She was the former co-owner of Rabideau Media Group, LLC, publishers of several life-style magazines on Cape Cod and the South Shore. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the YMCA Cape Cod, NAMI Cape & Island, Cape Women’s Coalition, Cape Cod and Island Commission on the Status of Women and an active volunteer at WE CAN. Liz’s experience as both a volunteer and consultant at many non-profit organizations, schools, religious organizations and businesses has given her deep and varied experiences with Board of Directors, governing bodies, investors and donors. It is those experiences that have allowed her to lead organizations through challenges and successes.

Managing Director of Development
WCAI – The Cape and Islands NPR Station

A native of Cape Cod, Sarah moved back home in 2009. She has worked in the non-profit sector for nearly 20 years. She began her development career in Chicago at Fourth Presbyterian Church. Her experience includes grant writing, annual giving, events, major gifts, and program development & implementation. Sarah is a graduate of Cape Cod Academy and Wheaton College, a board member of Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands and volunteers for several local organizations. She resides in Sagamore Beach with her husband and three children.

Nonprofit Management Systems, Inc.

Nancy brings a special expertise to the NMS team with a focus on NetCommunity, TeamRaiser, Sphere and other online systems. She joins NMS with extensive experience in development operations with the Concord Hospital Trust and other nonprofit organizations. Auctions, road races, direct mail appeals, special events, sponsorships, website content and online giving pages, gift processing, donor acknowledgment, data analytics and financial reporting, she has done it all. Nancy knows what it is like to be in “the trenches” of the development office. As a database administrator, she has been on the frontlines of problem-solving and brings these skills to our clients.

Nancy, a transplant from the Midwest to New England, is a graduate of Ball State University in Indiana with a degree in Business Administration and holds a Raiser’s EdgeTM certification (bCRE). She has been a presenter at the New England Association of Healthcare Professionals on database issues and solutions.

Director of Development
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Christine Walsh is a Director of Development at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.  With over a decade of non-profit experience, her career path has led her to work in annual giving, leadership giving, planned giving, development communications and major gifts and she is always excited for the next adventure.  She has two daughters, Lulu and Cici, who are her “true bosses” and bundles of love and energy.

Social Media Instructor
Cape Cod Community College
Center for Corporate and Professional Education

Tricia White is a Social Media instructor at Cape Cod Community College’s Center for Corporate and Professional Education. She is the owner of T. White Creations, a brand strategy and social media training company based out of North Easton, MA. Tricia has been teaching all aspects of social media marketing for the past 10 years, having run successful campaigns in the food and entertainment industries. She presently works with for-profit and non-profit companies on strategies for consistent branding across all channels of marketing.