FRAMINGHAM – The MetroWest Health Foundation announced the election of new officers and trustees.
At its annual meeting in December, the foundation’s board of trustees elected Anne Marie Boursiquot King as its new board chair, William Graham as vice chair, and Lino Covarrubias as its newest trustee.
Boursiquot King, a resident of Sudbury, is Senior Program Officer at RIZE Massachusetts, an independent nonprofit foundation working to end the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts and reduce its devastating impact
on people, communities, and the economy. She has served on the board for seven years, most recently as vice-chair.
William Graham, a resident of Medfield, is Senior Vice President for Medicare at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care based in Wellesley. He has served as a trustee since 2015.
The board also re-elected John Corron of Framingham as treasurer, and Anna Cross of Framingham as clerk of the corporation.
Re-elected to additional three-year terms as trustees are Cross, John Krikorian, M.D. of Needham, and Alan Geller of Framingham.
Lino Covarrubias, a resident of Framingham, joins the board for a three-year term. Covarrubias currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Jewish Family Services of MetroWest, a position he has held for 10 years. Prior to joining JFS, Lino completed 20 years of active military service with the Unites States Navy.
The MetroWest Health Foundation is a catalyst for a healthy MetroWest, providing $5 million in annual financial support for preventative and responsive health programs in the region. To date, the foundation has
provided more than $60 million in funding that helps residents and their families lead healthier lives.