BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Carrie Woods, Board Chair

Financial Advisor, Merrill Lynch

Carrie received a B.A. from Harvard University and her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School.  She currently works as a Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch.  In her role at Merrill Lynch, Carrie works with several non-profits as well as a number of Cape families managing investments, developing tax minimization strategies and implementing disciplined and customized financial plans that build and preserve wealth.

Prior to joining Merrill Lynch, Carrie practiced law on Cape Cod for close to 20 years and provided clients advice relating to financial strategies, estate planning services, insurance, business succession planning and corporate strategic focus. Beginning in 2013, her practice focused primarily on mergers and acquisitions of publically traded companies.

Carrie served as the President of the Barnstable Bar Association for two years and served on its executive committee for over ten years.  Additionally, Carrie served on the Board of Directors for the Cape Cod Community College Educational Foundation and was very involved in fundraising for both entities.

Carrie and her husband have lived and worked on Cape Cod for over 25 years and consider the Cape to be their home.  In her spare time Carrie likes to travel, snowboard, ski and play golf.

Chris Eosco, Vice Chair

Retired, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Chris retired in 2015 after almost thirty years in the banking industry having worked primarily for Bank of America Merrill Lynch and its legacy banks. Most recently she held the positions of Chief Operating Officer for Counterparty Credit Risk Portfolio Management (CCRPM) and Chief Country Operating Officer, Europe and Emerging Markets. She was responsible for the day-to-day administration of a team that covered 27 countries, approximately 15,000 associates and revenues in excess of $7 billion.  She was a key contributor in the development and implementation of Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s International Governance Model across 40 countries. She brings with her a wealth of skills including management, governance, financial administration, and strategic planning.

Chris has served as a director on numerous corporate and community boards including Legacy 2020 (UK), Bank of America Overseas Corporation, Bank of America International Financial Corporation,  and Merrill Lynch Menkul Degerler A.S.  She is a former member of the Board of Corporators of Hartford Art School and the Suffolk University Marketing Advisory Council, as well as a Lifetime Member of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and Boston Leadership Forum. She currently serves as Board Treasurer of the Cape Cod Theater Company.

Chris and her husband, Kevin, split their time between Dennis and Ostuni, Italy.

Larry Bigelow, Treasurer

Retired, Citizens Bank

Larry joined Citizens in June, 2004, bringing over 30 years of corporate banking experience. He has been a Senior Vice President in the Healthcare & Non Profit Division since October, 2006 and is now retired. He was responsible for managing and developing a portfolio of healthcare and non-profit clients primarily in Mass. but also in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.

 

Prior to joining Citizens, he spent 21 years with BankBoston/Fleet/Bank of America, most recently as Managing Director and Team Leader in the Financial Institutions Division, focusing on corporate banking relationships with insurance companies and asset managers.

Larry received his MBA with a concentration in Finance from the University of Connecticut and his B.A. in Administrative Science from Colby College.

Larry is currently on the Aging & Vulnerable Population Grants Committee of the Cape & Islands United Way and just completed his role on the Planning Committee for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass. 100th Anniversary Gala. He is also a member of Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s Annual Awards Committee. He is a past President of the Acton-Boxborough United Way as well as a past Director of the United Way’s Northeast Regional Council. He has also been Treasurer and a Board member of Community Alliance For Youth, a non-profit agency in Acton. He currently resides in East Falmouth.

Mandee Blair, Clerk

Relationship Management Officer, The Cape Cod Five Cents Saving Bank

Mandee joined Cape Cod 5 in 2015 where she currently serves as the Bank’s Relationship Management Officer.  In this role, she works closely with all business lines to build successful customer relationships.  She is also heavily involved with the Bank’s community engagement efforts including philanthropy and event management. 

 

Growing up in Princeton, Massachusetts, Mandee fell in love with Cape Cod while working summer jobs in Chatham during college.  These summer jobs proved to be fruitful as this would be where she met her future husband and many close friends.  Her decision to root on the Cape came after living in New York, San Diego, and Boston.  The small town by the sea had unmatched charm. 

 

Mandee holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.  She continues to be a resident of Chatham with her husband Justin, their two young daughters, and a fish named “Fish.”   Mandee is part of the Special Olympics Games Management Committee, and is now excited to be a new addition to the Cape and Islands United Way Board. 

Todd Machnik, Immediate Past Chair

President and General Counsel, Today Real Estate

In 2019 Todd became the president of Today Real Estate. Prior to that he served as the company’s director of operations and general counsel. Today Real Estate was founded by Todd’s parents in 1985.  He and his brother Craig now own and operate the company.  

 

Todd grew up in the Town of Yarmouth and graduated Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School.  He went on to earn his B.A. from Williams College and J.D. from Suffolk University Law School.

 

After living in New York, Boston and Milton, Todd returned to the Cape in 2003 and now makes Barnstable Village his home with his three children. In addition to his United Way duties, Todd is a director, secretary and coach for the Barnstable Youth Basketball League; he coaches Barnstable Little League; and is a past director of the Barnstable Village Civic Association.  

Having grown up on the Cape and as a business leader, Todd recognizes the importance of community service, involvement and support of our local non-profits.

Greg Bilezikian

Owner, Dennis East International

With an office and warehouses in the town of Yarmouth with additional offices in Stuart, Florida and Hong Kong, Dennis East designs and distributes gifts and home decorations. The company caters to retailers across the United States.

Greg is a member of the Bilezikian Family Foundation.  The foundation is active on Cape Cod, South Eastern Mass, Boston and Armenia.

Greg Bilezikian grew up on Cape Cod working for his parents at the Christmas Tree Shops in Yarmouth Port. Greg has four children and currently lives in Yarmouth Port.

Steve Cundall

Founder, The Cornerstone Group

Steve is an experienced leader and entrepreneur who has built successful organizations by aligning people with strategy to deliver exceptional employee and customer satisfaction.

After playing an instrumental role in building COMLINK, Inc., which was twice named to the INC 500 list of fastest growing US companies, Steve founded The Cornerstone Group. For over 20 years, the Cornerstone Group has helped leaders to improve performance by hiring smarter, improving workforce engagement, and growing stronger leaders. Today, Steve and his team at the Cornerstone Group work with over one hundred companies and thousands of leaders throughout the US and abroad.

Steve takes great pride in Cornerstone’s outstanding team, community involvement, and the creation of great jobs in the Cape Cod Community. Organizations that they support include; Cape & Islands United Way, Mass Audubon, Worcester Art Museum, WE CAN, Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Career Collaborative, Cape Hook Alliance, and Camp Jabberwocky on Martha’s Vineyard.

Steve and his wife Pam (a member of our Women United Steering Committee) reside in Hyannis, MA. In his spare time, Steve enjoys fishing the waters of Nantucket Sound and sharing his passion for fishing with others.

Lisa Errico

Retired School Adjustment Counselor

Lisa has been involved with the Cape and Islands United Way since 2011. She has served on the Community Investment Committee, where she reviewed grant applications and took part in the decision-making process on final grant recipients.

 

Prior to her retirement in 2011, she worked for twelve years as an adjustment counselor at an elementary school in Medway, MA, and in a similar capacity for three years prior to that in Mansfield, MA. Throughout that time, she counseled children, worked with parents, and supported teachers. She hopes that her professional background and passion to help children and their families will be an asset to the board.

 

Lisa earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development from Pennsylvania State University, and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons College in Boston. She and her husband Doug lived in Easton, MA. For 31 years, where they raised their two children. After owning a seasonal home in Mashpee for many years, they decided to make Cape Cod their permanent residence in 2016.

Tammy Glivinski

President, Glivinski & Associates

Glivinski & Associates is a Yarmouth-based contract CFO, bookkeeping, and accounting firm that has provided financial oversight to over 100 of the Cape’s most notable non-profit and for profit corporations since 1999.

 

A third generation Cape Cod native, Tammy resides in Yarmouth Port and has served on several Community and Civic Boards including The Children’s Cove, The Cultural Center of Cape Cod, and the Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School Committee.  She was the 2015-2016 President of the Rotary Club of Yarmouth and a Suffolk University Graduate.

Brian E. Griffin

Senior Vice President and Regional Manager, Rockland Trust

Brian Griffin is responsible for building relationships with new and existing commercial clients. His focus is on delivering commercial loan products to clients on the Cape and Islands and oversees the Cape’s Commercial Lending Team. Brian has spent his career as a Banker with twenty one (22) years spent here on Cape Cod. Prior experience also includes five (5) years in capital market lending for SBA, USDA and EX-IM Bank Loan Programs. Brian is currently serving as Chairman of the Board for the Cape and Islands United Way Board of Directors as well as the Board of Directors for the Hyannis Business Improvement District.

Brian has is Bachelors of Science degree in finance and economics from Westfield State University and is a graduate from The New England School of Banking at Williams College. Brian grew up in South Yarmouth, MA and is a Graduate of the Dennis Yarmouth School system and currently resides in Kingston, MA with his wife and three children.

Kevin Howard

Community Representative

In Kevin’s role at Cape Cod Five, he oversaw all of the Bank’s outward communications, the administration of its namesake Charitable Foundation Trust and its Financial Education programs. Prior to joining Cape Cod Five, Kevin spent seven years managing Cape Cod-based arts non-profits including as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, the designated regional arts agency for Barnstable County and as Executive Director of the Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Arts. During that period, Kevin helped lead a process that resulted in a merger of the Conservatory and the Cape Symphony Orchestra, creating the largest arts organization on Cape Cod and ensuring long-term sustainability and growth for music education and performance.

Kevin also had an extensive career in management and real estate development as President of Wise Living, a senior independent living company and as Regional Vice President for Corcoran Jennison Hospitality, overseeing over 1,000 employees in five hotels and resorts. Kevin is currently Treasurer and Public Policy Chair for the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, where he had previously served as Board Chairman. In 2011, he was appointed to the Board of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and also serves on the board of the Cape Symphony and Conservatory. He resides in West Barnstable, MA.

Tim McCarthy

Operations Manager, Shipyard Brewing Company

After completing his education from the University of Massachusetts’ Boston Campus, Tim moved home to Western Massachusetts to work for a small Digital Marketing firm before taking a summer trip to the Cape to visit friends. He loved the Cape and its community so much he that he never left.

Tim's role as the Operations Manager at iMedia Technology requires that he meet with perspective clients, help them find appropriate comprehensive technology solutions and support current clients in helping them meet their strategic quarterly and annual goals. He emphasizes that all of his responsibilities share the same core - people - and through relationship-building and development, Tim finds his passion in helping others and keeping them smiling.

Identifying the United Way as a force of Community improvement, Tim began his involvement as the Day of Caring Coordinator -- a role he still maintains. Soon after familiarizing himself with the Cape and Islands United Way, he joined the Community Impact Council as a member of the Education Committee and would later find himself leading the direction of the United Way’s CapeCodVolunteers.org website. 

Jennifer McCartin

Real Estate Agent, Sotheby’s International Realty

Jennifer, a resident of Cape Cod for more than 20 years, has been actively involved with the Cape and Islands United Way for several years. She has served on various Community Investment committees over the past 8 years, reviewing grant proposals and conducting site reviews. Currently, Jennifer chairs the Education Impact Team and sits on our Community Impact Council. 

Investing in the local community has been important to Jennifer and her husband Mark. In addition to the United Way, Jennifer has been an active volunteer with local schools and sports teams, serves on many committees for local causes, and has chaired numerous fundraising events.

Jennifer is a real estate agent for Sotheby’s International Realty in Osterville.  Jennifer, Mark, and their three children live in Osterville.

Donna Morris

Owner, RPM Carpets & Floor Coverings

Donna Morris owns RPM Carpets & Floorcoverings in East Harwich. RPM Carpets is deeply involved with the community and has earned several awards over the years. These include Mohawk’s Dealer of the Year for the Northeast Region in 2006, and the Harwich Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award in 2010. RPM has also received gold-level recognition from the Readers Choice Awards for the past decade, and the Abraham Penn Award by Puritan Cape Cod in 2017.

recognition of which Donna is most proud is the President’s award for community service, awarded from the Harwich Chamber of Commerce in 2016. Each chamber chooses one business in their town; the winner is selected from those nominees - based on outstanding customer and community service. RPM Carpets was the sponsor who brought back the Cranberry Harvest Festival fireworks. 

 

Donna is also an accomplished freelance writer, and a frequent contributor to Prime Time and Cape Cod Magazine.

Norma Schmidt

Cooperative Bank Of Cape Cod

Norma became involved with the United Way while working for a previous employer and assisting with the company’s corporate campaign. Being asked to participate in the Citizens Investment Committee allowed Norma to obtain a greater understanding of the magnitude and variety of need that exists on this beautiful peninsula, and the important role that the non-profits provide to the Cape Cod Community. After many years of serving on the CIC, Norma was thrilled to be asked to become a member of the board.

Norma currently resides in Centerville with her husband and two children. It is Norma’s hope that her children are able to discover what brings them happiness, and that they give back to their local community.

Shawn DeLude, Ex-Officio Board Member

Founder, Nauset Disposal

Shawn DeLude was raised in Orleans and attended Cape Cod Community College. With 28 years of experience in the waste and recycling industry, he has had the fortune of working in both the local and corporate environments in various roles. In 1999, Shawn founded Nauset Disposal with little more than a pickup truck and a pair of work gloves.

 

His knowledge of the industry, belief in exceptional customer service and commitment to the local environment has proven successful; since its inception, Nauset Disposal has grown to become the largest independent hauling fleet on Cape Cod, claiming nearly 50% of the market.

In 2006, Shawn founded WeSupportLocalBusiness.com, an organization dedicated to bringing together local businesses and consumers. In addition to his duties as president of Nauset Disposal, he currently sits on the Board of the Cape & Islands United Way (Past Chair and Founder), the Board of Directors for the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, the Center for Coastal Studies Provincetown, Big Brothers Big Sisters “Big 3” Fishing Tournament, as well as the Oceanside Performing Arts Center.

 

Shawn has received recognitions such as the Massachusetts SBA “Rising Star Award”, the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce’s “Jack Gay Ambassador Award”, the CLI “Leadership Award”, the American Red Cross “Community Service Hero Award”, the National Guard’s “Patriotic Employer Award”, amongst many others. A major advocate for the Cape Cod community, Shawn supports over 120 programs and organizations on Cape Cod, such as the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Cape Cod, Cape Cod Young Professionals, Cape and Islands United Way, WeCan, Habitat For Humanity, Seaside LeMans, and the Cape Cod YMCA.

Nauset Disposal’s Mission Statement of “Commitment to superior service and customer satisfaction while conducting business with the respect to our community and environment” remains Shawn’s personal – and professional – commitment to Cape Cod.

Shawn still resides in Orleans and has been a Licensed Coast Guard Captain for over 22 years. His passion is Sport Fishing and spending time with his dog, Jax.

J. Richard Fairbanks, Rocker Emeritus, Ex-Officio Board Member

President and Owner, Orleans Auto Supply

Dick is a Past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cape & Islands United Way. He has also served as a member of the Board of Corporates of Cape Cod Hospital and as a member of the Board of Directors of Cape Head Injured Person’s Group. Dick is president and owner of Orleans Auto Supply, based in Hyannis, and is an active leader in his industry.

 

He has served in various positions within the Automotive Aftermarket Industries Association (AAIA) and currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Governors for the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA). AWDA undertakes initiatives for, and protects the interests of, independent distributors nationally.

He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (B.A., Economics) and Northeastern University (Masters, Business Administration).

 

Dick and his wife Michelle support each other’s charitable efforts from their home in Centerville.

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STAFF

Mark Skala

President & CEO

Mark is a seasoned marketing executive, journalist, and community leader. He comes to the United Way with a wealth of experience, most recently serving as vice president at Lighthouse Media Solutions, where he oversaw client relations services as well as the company’s TV shows and video production. He previously worked in executive roles at Bank of Cape Cod and GateHouse Media.

Beth Bowman

Director of Community Impact

Beth joined the Cape and Islands United Way in August of 2016 as the agency’s first Community Impact Officer.  In this role, she is responsible for working with grantees and partners to make lasting change across the Cape and Islands through sustainable projects. 

 

Beth is a licensed independent clinical social worker with nearly 20 years of experience in the settings of substance abuse, mental health and child welfare.

 

Most recently, Beth served as Assistant Commissioner of the Office of Performance Management and Accountability at the New Jersey Department of Children and Families. There she provided leadership in the development and implementation of performance improvement and accountability work. She has a B.A. from Drew University and holds a Master in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College.

Mary LeBeau

Data Processor

Mary LeBeau, a resident of Falmouth, earned a bachelor’s degree from Clark University. She has worked for the National Park Service, a Worcester printing company and the U.S. Census, as well as consulting for many years as a graphic artist.

 

Mary most recently worked at Highfield Hall & Gardens where she had charge of database management, mailings, and gift processing while also providing administrative support to the CEO. Mary serves in a similar role for the United Way. Mary’s expertise in data management, her many years of experience working in a mail house, and her skill in graphic design make her an excellent addition to the United Way team.

Silvi Johnson

Administrative Coordinator

Silvi joined the Cape and Islands United Way team in April of 2018. As a newbie to nonprofit work, Silvi is pleased to learn about the inner workings of what it takes to run Cape Cod agencies and organizations. 

Silvina holds her bachelors degree in Education from Arizona State University and has been a volunteer for many Cape Cod organizations including Cape Abilities and The Family Pantry. She is a resident of Yarmouth - loves traveling, eating, all things Harry Potter and spending time with her husband, son and pup.

Tracy K. O'Neill

Marketing Consultant

Tracy is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and has worked in content marketing for almost 20 years. She has served clients in the retail, nonprofit, financial services, healthcare and high tech markets, and specializes  in messaging, branding and engagement.

 

Tracy joined the Cape and Islands United Way in January 2018 and is thrilled to help tell the story of this remarkable organization.

Fun fact: she also owned and operated a wine shop in Hyannis for 9 years, so if you need any wine tips, just ask!

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COMMUNITY IMPACT COUNCIL

The Community Impact Council is comprised of community representatives who bring specific expertise in social services, outcomes and measurement, and our impact areas of health, education, financial stability and housing. The Council is an advisory group to the Board of Directors. They are charged with: the annual review and development of social service strategies and funding priorities (our Results Framework), the oversight of the work of our Impact Teams (citizen volunteers who review grant proposals and monitor the work of funded partners); and making funding recommendations to the Board that best serve the needs of the community.

Beth Albert, Co-Chair

Barnstable County Director of Human Services

Elizabeth Albert, M.S. W. is the Director of Human Services for Barnstable County.  Beth provides leadership on regional initiatives including the Barnstable County Health and Human Service Advisory Council and the Regional Network to Address Homelessness.  In January 2015 she organized the Barnstable County Regional Substance Abuse Council.  She is responsible for several large multi-year grants including the Prevention Wellness Trust Fund, Substance Abuse Prevention, and grants from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs.  Beth is currently enrolled in Suffolk University’s Government Leadership Certificate Program.

Prior to coming to Cape Cod, Ms. Albert resided in Philadelphia for 20 years where she was the executive director of a civil rights organization, the Fair Housing Rights Center of Southeastern Pennsylvania.  In this capacity Beth worked on hundreds of fair housing cases, specializing in obtaining reasonable accommodations and modifications for people with disabilities.  She has extensive experience in advocacy, program development, and is a successful grant writer.

Dr. Maureen O’Shea, Co-Chair

Director of Institutional Research and Planning, Cape Cod Community College

Maureen O’Shea is a developmental psychologist with extensive experience in teaching, applied research and strategic planning. She relocated to Cape Cod in March 2013 to accept an appointment at Cape Cod Community College as the Director of Institutional Research and Planning. A Connecticut native, returning to New England brings Maureen closer to her extended family and two children working in Boston.

Maureen holds a BA in Psychology from Princeton University and earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.  In addition to college faculty positions, Maureen served as the research and planning director for two “umbrella” non-profit organizations committed to public health and social services in Newark, NJ.  In 2010, Maureen transferred her skills to a new role in institutional effectiveness at Delaware County Community College in Media, PA.

Maureen’s most significant volunteer work includes founding and leading a Pennsylvania chapter of the national organization Wild Ones, dedicated to native plants and sustainable landscaping. On Cape, Maureen volunteers for Horizons for Homeless Children, serves as a board member of Association to Preserve Cape Cod and on the Community Impact Council of United Way.  She is an avid gardener, music and nature lover and is looking forward to exploring the Cape and becoming more connected with her new community.

Kathleen J. Bailey

Director of Community Benefits, Cape Cod Healthcare

Kathi is currently employed by Cape Cod Healthcare as the Director of Community Benefits.  She sees this as a natural progression in a career of working in grey spaces where organizations, systems and technology are opportunities for continuous improvement – from global corporations to municipal government. Kathi identifies her most notable work in the field of Aging as that of a change agent.  

Larry Bigelow, Treasurer

Retired, Citizens Bank

Larry joined Citizens in June, 2004, bringing over 30 years of corporate banking experience. He has been a Senior Vice President in the Healthcare & Non Profit Division since October, 2006 and is now retired. He was responsible for managing and developing a portfolio of healthcare and non-profit clients primarily in Mass. but also in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. Prior to joining Citizens, he spent 21 years with BankBoston/Fleet/Bank of America, most recently as Managing Director and Team Leader in the Financial Institutions Division, focusing on corporate banking relationships with insurance companies and asset managers.

Larry received his MBA with a concentration in Finance from the University of Connecticut and his B.A. in Administrative Science from Colby College.

 

Larry is currently on the Aging & Vulnerable Population Grants Committee of the Cape & Islands United Way and just completed his role on the Planning Committee for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass. 100th Anniversary Gala. He is also a member of Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s Annual Awards Committee. He is a past President of the Acton-Boxborough United Way as well as a past Director of the United Way’s Northeast Regional Council. He has also been Treasurer and a Board member of Community Alliance For Youth, a non-profit agency in Acton. He currently resides in East Falmouth.

Peter Clark

Retired Superintendent of Falmouth Public Schools

Peter Clark retired as Superintendent of the Falmouth Public Schools in 2005 after 9.5 years in that role and 23.5 years in Falmouth as high school principal and assistant superintendent. During his tenure in education and after retirement, he served on numerous boards and committees, including Falmouth Service Center, Falmouth Human Services, Falmouth Housing Authority, Falmouth Community Preservation Committee, Cape Cod Healthcare Behavioral Health Advisory Committee, and Samaritans on the Cape and Islands, as well as being a representative at the Falmouth Town Meeting.

Lynn Mason Small, Financial Stability Impact Team Chair

Senior Vice President of Business Development, Rogers & Gray Insurance Agency

Lynn Mason-Small is the Senior Vice President of Business Development for Rogers & Gray Insurance Agency, where she oversees Business Development, Corporate Communications, the Rogers & Gray Charitable Foundation and the Corporate Giving policies for the Agency.

Mason-Small is a founding Board Member of the Cape Cod Young Professionals. She has also served on boards and committees for local non-profits including Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod, the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Cape & Islands, Community Visions, the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, the United Way and the Cape Cod Foundation.

Prior to joining Rogers & Gray, Lynn held previous positions in marketing, strategic program development and event planning. Lynn is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and lives with her husband, Nathan Small and 2 sons in South Yarmouth.

Jennifer McCartin, Education Team Impact Chair

Real Estate Agent, Sotheby’s International Realty

Jennifer, a resident of Cape Cod for more than 20 years, has been actively involved with the Cape and Islands United Way for several years. She has served on various Community Investment committees over the past 8 years, reviewing grant proposals and conducting site reviews.

Investing in the local community has been important to Jennifer and her husband Mark. In addition to the United Way, Jennifer has been an active volunteer with local schools and sports teams, serves on many committees for local causes, and has chaired numerous fundraising events.  

Jennifer is a real estate agent for Sotheby’s International Realty in Osterville.  Jennifer, Mark, and their three children live in Osterville.

Kathy Quatromoni

Director of Community Programs, Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office

Kathy Quatromoni is the Director of Community Programs for the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office, and oversees the Diversion Program for youth under 21, and the truancy prevention program, Keep Them Coming as well as being office liaison for community collaborations. 

 

She has a background as a police officer and a police training administrator for MA Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, and holds a B.S. in Sociology from Northeastern University and an M.Ed. from Boston University.

Mari Sennott, Health Impact Team Chair