Holly Bernene, President. Former development consultant and Director of Annual Funds for the Boston Latin School Foundation. Advisory board experience includes the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Parent Organization, Nashoba Brooks School and the Sudbury Education Resource Fund (SERF); President of the Parents’ Association at Nashoba Brooks School and Co-Chair of the Parent Teacher Organization at General John Nixon Elementary School. Education includes B.A., Middlebury College; M.Ed., Harvard University.
Helen Crary. Former Early Childhood Program coordinator for the Sudbury Public Schools, experience in grant writing, and program evaluation; community activist including trustee, Buddy Dog Humane Society; CASA volunteer, Worcester; president, The Sudbury Garden Club; M.Ed., Tufts University; BA Colgate University; former clerk, Goodnow Library Foundation.
Peter Fearey. As Chief Technology Officer at STAG industrial in Boston, Peter manages the Information Technology team and is responsible for the company’s technology infrastructure and strategy. Prior to STAG, Peter was Director of Technology and Director of Innovation at the Fay School in Southborough, MA. While at Fay, Peter created the Fay Innovation Lab, four classrooms with woodworking and fabrication equipment, and the Creator’s Class, a class to teach middle school students Design Thinking and fabrication. Peter currently serves on the technology advisory board at the Discovery Museum in Acton, MA. He received his Bachelor of Science from Dartmouth College.
Jennifer Hunt. Partner at EdgeLine Capital, specializing in raising capital for private partnerships; extensive financial experience includes servicing public pension plans. Past advisory board experience includes the National Council on Teacher Retirement and National Association of State Retirement Administrators. Graduate of Boston College with a B.S. in finance from the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management.
Samantha Karustis. Assistant Principal at Cyrus E. Dallin Elementary School, Arlington with expertise in strategic development, community and team leadership. Extensive background in the field of education working as a classroom teacher and special education liaison for the Shadow Project in Portland, Oregon. Volunteer initiatives include Sudbury Public School Strategic Planning Committee, Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School, School Council Member and Parent Advisor for the Curtis Angels, Ephraim Curtis Middle School. Education includes B.A., Indiana University; M.Ed. Antioch University and Certification for Administrator Licensure from the Massachusetts Elementary School Principals’ Association in Marlborough, MA.
Lee McGowan. As Managing Director at Monument Group Wealth Advisors LLC in Concord, Lee provides financial planning and wealth management services to high net worth families and individuals. He received his B.A. from Hanover College in 1993 and is a graduate of the Financial Services Institute at Northeastern University and the College for Financial Planning.
Judy Petrovic, Clerk. Former business consultant, marketing expert, writer, and computer systems engineer. Affiliated with the Massachusetts Money Management Program through BayPath Elder Services; the Sudbury Food Pantry; and Our Lady of Fatima Parish, where she is a pastoral visitor. Graduate of Northwestern University, with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics.
Barbara Pryor. Long-time Goodnow Library trustee; Capital Campaign Committee, Goodnow Library’s Build for the Future; former six-year member of Sudbury Finance Committee; trustee, New England Wild Flower Society; retired public relations director, New England Wild Flower Society; and former president, Goodnow Library Foundation.