MEET THE TEAM
MEET OUR ADVISORS
A Boston native, Alice has an undergraduate degree in chemistry from Stonehill, a master’s in English from Boston College, and MBA and DBA from Harvard Business School. She was a general manager at Beth Israel Hospital (Boston). She designed and taught the Advanced Program for Biomedical Leadership (approximately 15 programs offered in the U.S., Europe, and Japan). She was a visiting professor at Copenhagen Business School
Amy Unckless, PhD
Amy has 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. She has executive level expertise planning and driving large-scale organizational change from three perspectives:
sales management, business management and people management.
Deborah Kenealy BA, JD
Deborah is the Senior Staff Director at the Greater Boston Food Bank, where she manages board relations and governance, and advances the strategic goals of the Senior Leadership team. The Greater Boston Food Bank, New England’s largest food bank and the nation’s 15th largest, distributed 60 million pounds of food last year to over 500 agencies in Eastern Massachusetts.
Len Simon BSc Pharma, LLB
Len attended Northeastern University, graduating in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. After pharmacy school Len enlisted in the Navy Reserves. During that time, he was attached to the destroyer, USS Harlan R. Dickson, whose home port was Boston. He began his legal studies and graduated in 1974 and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar the same year. He was a well-known trial lawyer and now a frequent lecturer and panelist in continuing legal education programs.
Patricia is the Director at Voices Against Violence where the mission is to reduce the impact of sexual and domestic violence on individuals, families, and the community. She is deeply embedded in her community and in issues that advance opportunities for women and girls. Four years ago, she was appointed as a Commissioner on the MetroWest Commission on the Status of Women, a state agency charged with monitoring and advocating for issues that affect women in the MetroWest.