Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest
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MARLBOROUGH – The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest (BGCMW) added four new members to the Board of Directors during the annual meeting held on Tuesday, March 23

Joining the resource development committee includes Kerri Robinson, Assistant Vice President, Marketing Product Manager at Middlesex Savings Bank, David D’Angelo, Vice President of Global Portfolio Management at Thermo Fisher Scientific and William Ortiz, educator at Framingham High School.

Joining the newly-created diversity, equity, and inclusion committee is Lauren Todd, Vice President of Human Resources and Operations at Ameresco.

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Along with new Board members, the Club also appointed new officers including Board Chair, Cary Corkin, President of Entwistle Companies and Treasurer, Larissa Thurston, CFO and COO of St. Mary’s Credit Union. These two members will be joining long standing board clerk, Rosemary Corley, retired educator.

BGCMW and the entire Board of Directors said it has “an ambitious vision for the future that insures that the organization meets the needs of their youth and families in the best possible way.”

One of the Board’s strategic priorities is to strengthen the organization and grow resources and capacity to deliver high quality operations. said the organization in a press release.

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This diverse Board will also position Boys & Girls Clubs as a strong advocate for youth in each community that they serve, aid the organization.

Finally, the most important priority is serving as a voice for youth and empowering youth to have a voice during this new year, said the organization.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest serves over 3,700 children and youth each year, which makes it one of the largest Boys & Girls Club organizations in Massachusetts. Our membership fee is only $25 per year. 2021 marks our 77th year of providing quality out-of-school programming for the children and youth of greater Marlborough, Hudson and Framingham.

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