Leadership Category: Board of Directors

Mercy Robinson

Mercy Robinson serves in a Public Sector seat representing Boston City Councilor at-Large Henry Santana.

Rodline Louijeune, Esq.

Rodline Louijeune, Esq. serves in a Public Sector seat representing City Councilor Ruthzee Louijeune.

Carmen Rondash

Representing the Head Start Policy Council. Bio coming soon.

Aneesh Sahni

Bio coming soon.

Lynnette Sumpter

Lynnette Sumpter serves in a Public Sector Seat representing Representative Chynah Tyler. Sumpter is a 7-generation Bostonian and retired from the Boston Police Department after 33 years.  She taught criminal justice at Roxbury Community College and volunteers at the Boys and Girls Club after-school program.  Sumpter received a BS in Criminal Justice from Boston State College/UMass Boston and a Masters…

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George Montgomery

Representing La Alianza Hispana.

Marian Walsh, Esq.

Marian Walsh, Esq. serves in a Private Sector seat representing Operation A.B.L.E., where she is President & CEO.  Operation A.B.L.E. is a non-profit organization that helps job seekers 45 years and older re-enter the workforce.   Walsh has also had great experience as a Massachusetts State Senator and Representative, Public Affairs Consultant and Leadership Coach.  She served as the Chief Administrative…

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Marguerite Mars

Marguerite Mars was elected to a Neighborhood Sector seat representing the Mystic Valley Opportunity Center. She has previously worked at State Street Corporation as a fund administration.  Mars also volunteered at the ABCD Head Start center in Malden where she assisted teachers in the classroom.  Mars received an Associates degree in Education from Bay State College and a Bachelor’s Degree…

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Collique Williams

Collique Williams serves in a Private Sector seat representing Greater Boston Labor Council – AFL-CIO. Williams works as a community organizer with Community Labor United, a Boston based coalition that brings together local partners around a common vision and plan of action to counteract the growing gap between rich and poor. A Boston native, Williams has worked on various youth…

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Angela Williams-Mitchell

Angela Williams-Mitchell serves is a Public Sector seat representing Councilor Kim Janey. She is a long-standing resident of Roxbury, a retired Boston Police Officer, and the first woman and Hispanic elected President of the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers. Williams-Mitchell holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Human Services from Springfield College, Springfield, MA, and a…

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