FRAMINGHAM – Bethany Hill Place is proud to announce the new members joining its Board of Trustees this month: Maureen Crocker, Catherine Clifford CSJ,
and Kevin Webber.
Maureen Crocker is owner of Crocker Design, a branding and web design firm. Prior to that, she was an Art Director at Boston Children’s Hospital and Design Director at Grand Circle Travel. She serves on the board of Impact Framingham and volunteers for numerous nonprofit organizations. She has BFA from The Art Institute at Lesley University. A Framingham resident, she is a fitness enthusiast and certified spinning instructor.
Catherine Clifford, CSJ is a Sr. of St. Joseph of Boston. With degrees from Regis College, Boston State College and Northeastern University, she has worked in education as a guidance counselor, a teacher then a high school principal for 30 years; 19 at Arlington Catholic High School and 11 at Marian High School. Currently she serves as Assistant President of the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Kevin Webber is a Wealth Manager at Heritage Financial Services, LLC and has been a financial advisor for 14 years. He has a B.A. from Salve Regina University and is a Certified Financial Planner. He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Framingham, serves on the organization’s Board of Directors, and is the Chair of the Club’s Membership committee. He resides in Holliston with his wife and their two children.
New and current Board members will kick off the year with a retreat and dinner tonight, September 12, at the Edwards House ahead of the Board’s first official meeting on September 20.
“We are delighted to welcome Maureen, Catherine, and Kevin on as new Board members. We look forward to the future and working together as we face the ongoing challenges of poverty and homelessness in our community” said Board Chair Tiffany O’Connell.
Established in 1994 as a response to the growing problem of family homelessness, Bethany Hill Place is a welcoming community of neighbors where people come
together to pursue their dreams for a better future. A non-sectarian nonprofit founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston, our mission is to provide affordable, independent housing with educational opportunities within a climate of respect, inclusion and acceptance. Residents work towards personal and educational goals in an inclusive environment of respect and acceptance. We help individuals and families believe in themselves so they can
fully engage in, and transform, their lives.