Fabrico, Inc. Executives Serve as Board Members
Fabrico, Inc. CEO and President, Patrick Mullane, and CFO, Amanda Magee, place great emphasis on community involvement. As board members they share their vast knowledge to help ensure the success of the community. Patrick Mullane, Nichols College Board of Advisors. The Nichols College Board of Advisors was established in 2007 and is comprised of distinguished alumni, educators, business leaders, and scholars. The board meets annually to discuss the college and special matters and is currently placing an emphasis on developing a more robust recruitment and internship pipeline for Nichols College students and graduates. Additionally, the board seeks ways to enhance the reputation of Nichols College both regionally and nationally. Patrick Mullane, President and CEO of Fabrico, Inc., was named to the board in the spring of 2011. Patrick was appointed after becoming involved in the recruitment of Nichols College students and serving as a guest speaker in the schoolâ€™s Professional Development Seminar program. In addition to numerous general management roles in businesses throughout his career, Patrick has also been involved in a number of educational institutions (the University of Notre Dame, Golden Gate University, and the Harvard Business School) as a student and spent two years running a business that assisted college students prepare for graduate school programs.
Amanda Magee, Board of Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation. In 2010, the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC) was created with $35 million of new capital. Establishment of the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation involved consolidating the Massachusetts Community Development Finance Corporation (CDFC) and the Economic Stabilization Trust (EST). The mission of the MGCC is to create and preserve jobs at small businesses, women and minority owned businesses, and to promote economic development in underserved, gateway municipalities and low and moderate income communities. Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation provides a centralized resource at the state level that offers working capital, loan guarantees, and targeted technical assistance to solve specific financial and operational problems. Amanda Magee, CFO of Fabrico, was appointed to the board in 2011. Amanda brings to the board over two decades of experience in entrepreneurial companies in a number of industries. Her tenure in these firms has given her a unique perspective on issues related to the capital needs of small and midsized companies.
Fabrico CEO and CFO do their part for the community and Massachusetts by serving as board members. CFO, Amanda Magee, is on the Board of Ma...