Girls Inc. of Lynn Welcomes New President, Slate of Officers and Board Members
Kathleen A. Tucker will Serve as Board President
From Girls Inc –
Girls Inc. of Lynn recently held its 77th Annual Meeting where a new slate of officers were welcomed along with five new members and two new youth members to the board of directors.
Kathleen A. Tucker will serve as President of the board of directors. The slate of officers includes: Vice President Terese Hoekstra, Senior Director, Market Access Flexion Therapeutics; Treasurer James Richard, Senior Manager, PWC; Clerk Alexa Abowitz, General Counsel, Whittier Health Network, Inc. Committee, Nominating & Board Development, Chair Candace Doucette, SVP, Retail Banking, Salem Five Bank, Strategy Committee, Chair Lynne M. Bohan, VP Communication & Government Affairs, HP Hood LLC and Development Committee, Chair Jennifer Hardy , Attorney, Hamel Marcin Dunn Reardon & Shea, PC.
“As a girl from Lynn, now a resident of Charlestown, I am thrilled to lead a Board that is dedicated to helping and inspiring other girls from Lynn. I am grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community I come from, and to enrich the lives of young women and girls during a time when such support is essential. I look forward to working with Girls Inc of Lynn to expand the number of girls who they inspire to be strong, smart and bold,” said new board President Kathleen A. Tucker.
New board members include Brian Castellanos, Social Worker, Department of Children & Families; Diana Moreno, AVP Membership Development Manager, Metro Credit Union; Amanda Marshall, Operations Leader, GE Aviation; Martine Francois, Director, TRIO Student Support Services and Thomas J. Mercuro, Senior Vice President, Eastern Bank. Youth board members include Lynn High School students Dayanna Estrada and Iwinosa Foster.
“I am excited to work with the new slate of officers, new board of directors, staff, volunteers and mentors to inspire our girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Today, more than ever, we need to galvanize the community to empower girls to become healthy, educated, and independent woman leaders,” said Deb Ansourlian, Executive Director.
Learn more about Girls Inc. of Lynn at girlsinclynn.org.