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eliminating

racism empowering women peace justice Central Massachusetts

freedom dignity YWCA Central Massachusetts

2017/2018 Community Report


For more than 130 years, YWCA Central Massachusetts has served as a life-long positive force for women and girls, their families and communities. By leveraging the reach, power and passion of our members and supporters, we have created lasting change.

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YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Letter from the President..................................................................5 Women and Girls Economic Advancement.....................................6 Women and Girls Health and Safety...............................................8 Racial and Gender Equity................... ............................................10 Financials......................................................................................... 11 Donors......................................................................................14 Volunteers...............................................................................18 Cover image: Courtesy Omar Lopez via Unsplash.com. ywcacm.org 3


YWCA Staff and Board Members with Alejandra Y. Castillo, CEO of YWCA USA. Ms. Castillo was keynote speaker at YWCA’s March 2018 International Women’s Day “Press for Progress” celebration.

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear YWCA Friends and Supporters, The YWCA’s motto is “eliminating racism, empowering women,” a commitment we have embraced throughout YWCA Central Massachusetts’ long history. This is more than a phrase—it’s embedded in the fabric of our organization. We are proud of our long history of serving the community and advocating for racial and gender equity, and we will continue to do so for many years to come. To ensure the YWCA’s longevity and our ability to respond to the changing needs of our community, we have spent the last few years strategically planning for a successful future. As I conclude my term as Board President, I am excited to share some highlights with you.

“To all of you who believe in the YWCA’s mission of peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all, thank you for sharing your compassion and courage, and for joining the YWCA on this meaningful mission. Our success would not be possible without you.”

The YWCA’s Board of Directors and staff have been planning for a significant renovation of our One Salem Square facility. This renovation is necessary to provide a revitalized facility that meets the needs of all of our programs. It will also establish a more visible YWCA presence in the downtown Worcester community. To support this building renovation, the YWCA has begun a Capital Campaign—our first in more than 25 years! Conversations have affirmed the critical role that the YWCA plays in the community and have highlighted the outstanding leadership that Linda Cavaioli has provided during her time as Executive Director. We want to take this opportunity to let more people know about the work of the YWCA and to support our mission, whether it’s through a financial donation, volunteering, or referring someone to our services.

Now more than ever, we have the opportunity and the power to change the things we can’t accept. To all of you who believe in the YWCA’s mission of peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all, thank you for sharing your compassion and courage, and for joining the YWCA on this meaningful mission. Our success would not be possible without you. Together we will continue to use our collective voices to champion issues that bring positive change to our communities. We will continue to stand up against all forms of discrimination and hate, and we will continue to support and promote the inclusion of marginalized individuals and groups. It has been my honor to serve as Board President for the past two years, and although my time on the Board is ending, my love and support for the YWCA is ongoing. I hope you will join me in continuing your support of this outstanding organization and in celebrating the YWCA’s successes and achievements in the years to come. Though the Salem Square building might soon look different, our commitment to serving women, children, and families in Central Massachusetts and advancing racial and gender equity will always remain.

Micki Davis, Board President

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security empow EARLY EDUCATION & CHILDCARE

235 % 90 38 91 5

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children served daily in the early education and care program of preschoolers reached developmental milestones preschoolers graduated to kindergarten in 2018

children served daily in Learning 4 Fun after-school programs years of accreditation achieved through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

“The YWCA is a blessing to our family. Without them I am not sure how we would have raised the kids by ourselves. They are part of their lives just like us and we will always remember that.” –Sidonie, parent


werment support EMPOWERMENT & ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT “I’ve been part of Girls CHOICE for 3 years now and I’ve had the pleasure of watching all the girls sprout from closed-off caterpillars into beautiful, open-winged butterflies. Girls CHOICE was a wonderful experience that gave me the chance to create new friendships and many memories to cherish. I will be moving on to college and attending Worcester State University this fall.” –Rashidah, Girls CHOICE participant

40 % 100

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Young Parent Program students achieved their HiSET and enrolled in higher education and/or a training program

middle and high school girls received mentoring through Girls CHOICE

of Transitional Housing participants remain stably housed one year after exiting the program ywcacm.org 7


prevention safet DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

3,684 1,898 domestic violence helpline calls answered

survivors obtained protective court orders

perpetrators tracked by highrisk response teams

participants provided with advocacy and short-term counseling

3,433 1,691

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ty equity health WELLNESS & HEALTH EQUITY “All that negative stuff I told myself about being in a bathing suit didn’t matter. Everyone in my water exercise class is so welcoming! I know that I may never be what the world thinks is the perfect body shape. I realized I don’t have to be. I am getting stronger, have more endurance and am developing greater flexibility. I now have the confidence to participate in my life rather than live it on the sidelines.” –Carol, Fitness Member

300 1,397

214

individuals received private swim lessons

fitness center visits per week by clients and staff from 21 local non-profits

youth served via Healthy Youth Development programming ywcacm.org 9


educate engage RACIAL & GENDER EQUITY

114 105 87 45

individuals attended International Women’s Day: Press for Progress individuals participated in “Taking a Hard Look at Feminism Through a Racial Lens” Fall Forum organizations and businesses pledged to Stand Against Racism individuals participated in YWomen Speak and YWSpeaks racial equity workshops “We must embrace the dreams of our foremothers, because they were at the forefront of change.” –Alejandra Y. Castillo, CEO, YWCA USA 2018 International Women’s Day Celebration

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INCOME SOURCES FOR THE YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 Total operating revenues = $6,435,818 33% Program Service Fees 50% Government Fees/Grants 10% Contributions & Grants 4% United Way 3% Other

Includes: Special events net, investment income, misc., in kind

EXPENSES BY PROGRAM FOR THE YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 Total expenses = $6,754,695 75% Program Services/Support 17% M & G and Fundraising 8% Facilities

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STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 & 2016 ASSETS: 2017

CURRENT ASSETS: Cash

$

2016

62,794 $

106,441

62,852

127,438

Program service fees receivable

161,554

165,382

Other accounts receivable

219,365

206,730

Pledges receivable, current

15,646

Investments

Prepaid expenses and other Total current assets INVESTMENTS, net of current portion PLEDGES RECEIVABLE, non-current

-

23,788

26,436

545,999

632,427

1,927,268

1,647,570

37,360

PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT, net

-

3,016,931 Total assets

2,824,161

$

5,527,558 $

$

22,155

5,104,158

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS: CURRENT LIABILITIES: Accounts payable Accrued expenses

$

20,745

532,402

308,340

35,280

29,247

7,995

7,621

40,984

43,395

638,816

409,348

Note payable, bank

429,652

358,402

Long-term debt, net of current portion

614,503

528,654

Current portion of long-term debt Current portion of capital lease obligations Deferred revenue Total current liabilities

Long-term portion of capital lease obligations Total liabilities

9,824

17,819

1,692,795

1,314,223

NET ASSETS: Unrestricted: Operating

(821,504)

(524,553)

Designated by the Board of Directors

1,217,639

1,034,742

Property and equipment

2,467,148

2,266,260

Appreciation of Board designated investments

58,641

62,213

2,921,924

2,838,662

Purpose

179,767

247,872

Appreciation of permanently restricted endowment

206,382

176,711

386,149

424,583

Total unrestricted Temporarily restricted:

Total temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets 12

$

526,690

526,690

3,834,763

3,789,935

5,527,558

$

5,104,158


STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES & CHANGES IN NET ASSETS FOR THE YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 & 2016 OPERATING REVENUES AND PUBLIC SUPPORT: 2017

Program Service Fees Government contracts

$

2016

3,255,377 $

3,212,145

2,113,822

2,042,160

Grants and contributions

551,385

553,994

United Way

Individuals and other

245,109

255,388

Special events, net of expenses of $35,743 and $30,671 in 2017 and 2016, respectively

55,053

47,411

Investment income appropriated for operations

61,231

98,946

Miscellaneous income

34,579

44,887

Membership dues

31,131

30,299

1,987

14,596

Donated materials and services Capital campaign contributions EXPENSES:

86,144

Total operating revenues & public support

6,435,818

6,299,826

Program Services Wellness and Health Equity

515,934

504,925

2,363,627

2,301,875

Transitional Housing

129,550

138,327

Women’s Economic Empowerment

217,293

210,204

881,592

931,600

Child Care

Domestic Violence Services: Greater Worcester North County

749,244

724,216

4,857,240

4,811,147

1,069,985

819,747

Program Support

178,002

168,048

Facilities

512,008

507,304

Development

137,460

138,620

Total support services

1,897,455

1,633,719

Total expenses

6,754,695

6,444,866

Changes in net assets from operations

(318,877)

(145,040)

127,594

63,793

39,200

42,948

Gain (loss) on disposal of property and equipment

289,319

(2,086)

Investment income appropriated for operations

(61,231)

(98,946)

Unrealized (losses) gains on investments

(31,177)

23,019

Total program services Support Services Management and General

NON-OPERATING ACTIVITIES: Realized gains on sale of investments Investment income, net of fees of $19,211 and $19,400 for the years ended September 30, 2017 and 2016, respectively

Total non-operating activities Changes in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year

$

363,705

28,728

44,828

(116,312)

3,789,935

3,906,247

3,834,763 $

3,789,935


DONORS The YWCA Central Massachusetts is grateful to the many individuals, businesses, foundations, family funds, and civic organizations that made cash gifts or pledge payments between October 1, 2016 and September 30, 2017. The following list recognizes those who have provided unrestricted operational and program support as well as restricted and capital gifts. The list also includes designations through workplace campaigns. $100,000 + United Way of Central Massachusetts $50,000+ Women’s Initiative, United Way of Central Massachusetts $10,000+ Coghlin Electrical Contractors/ Network Services Mary C. Defeudis Fletcher Foundation Fred Harris Daniels Foundation Greater Worcester Community Foundation Massachusetts Bar Foundation

Metzger Family Fund of Greater Worcester Community Foundation PEACE Fund of Greater Worcester Community Foundation United Way of North Central Massachusetts Wyman-Gordon Foundation $5,000+ Margarete Arndt, D.B.A. Bank of America Charitable Foundation Linda Cavaioli Digital Federal Credit Union Hoche-Scofield Foundation Massachusetts Bankers Association C. Jean and Myles McDonough Charitable Foundation 2017 Preschool Graduation

Lorna Stearns TJX Foundation UniBank for Savings Webster Five Foundation $2,500+ Anonymous (1) Central New England Health Alliance Community Connections Foundation Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation The Feiner Rodman Charitable Fund Ruth H. and Warren A. Ellsworth Foundation Valerie Loring People’s United Community Foundation SpencerBANK United Way of Central Massachusetts— Fuller Capital $1,000+ Anonymous (1) Joyce Augustus Berkshire Bank Foundation, Inc. Roberta Brien Cinch IT Gail Carberry Central One Federal Credit Union Commerce Bank Melinda L. Persons Fund of the Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts Micki Davis Lori Dawson

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Diocese of Worcester— St. Vincent Community HealthCare Fund Linda Doherty Aleta Fazzone Mary Feeney First Baptist Church of Worcester First Congregational Church of West Boylston Allen Fletcher Mary Fletcher Deborah Gavron-Ravenelle Ingrid Cruse Helmer Liisa and David Holm Charles Kingsbury Linda Carre Looft Joseph MacDonough Patrice MacLauchlan Susan Mantha Linda Maykel, D.D.S. Renee Mikitarian-Bradley Michael Millette Rita Moran Charlene Nemeth Judith Ockene, Ph.D. Orion Emergency Services, Inc. Cynthia Pitcher George C. Rand David Riley Feiner Rodman Family Fund Mary Beth Saro Ann Stamm Carol Stolicny Stowe & Degon, LLC Ann Tripp Kristin Waters Scott and Jacqueline Wellman Susan Woodbury Worcester County Food Bank Fund to End Hunger of Greater Worcester Community Foundation


$500+ Anonymous (1) Janet Amorello Martina Arndt Norman Bitsoli Edla Bloom Janice Bouchard Bowditch & Dewey, LLP Martha and Doug Breunig Eric and David Day Mary Dean Marianne Felice First Church in Sterling First Congregational Church of Paxton Patricia Fletcher* Eve Gilmore Carolyn Knight Dik Fund of Greater Worcester Community Foundation Joseph Gregus, Jr. Penny Johnson Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Michelle Jones-Johnson Ann Lisi Jane Lochrie, M.D. Fred Looft Elaine Lucas Lyons Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Joyce McNickles, Ed.D. Ruthann Melancon Roberto Mignone Gail Morgan Jessica Morris Nancy Moscato National Network to End Domestic Violence Pilgrim Church Renaud HVAC & Controls, Inc. Philip Samponaro Kristin Sawash Schoolhouse Shop Hop Seven Hills Bookkeeping, Inc. Helen Shuster Sunshine Club *deceased $250+ Anonymous (1) Advanced Benefit Strategies Amanda Baer Randy Banton Hazel Berry

Christienne Bik Nancy Buckingham Christine Cassidy Ellen Gregus Darlene Heywosz Barbara Jo Harrold Allan Johannesen Denis Kelly Jessie Kelly Robert Kennedy Aaron Kenney Charles Kingsbury Judi Kirk Deborah Laupheimer Alexandra Maggioni Carol Ann Millette Melvin S. Cutler Charitable Foundation Janet Moore Bonnie O’Brien Mary Rose Paradis Bob and Kathy Rentsch Cheryl Richards SG & D Insurance Agencies, LLC Janet Simonds Lynda Young Sorrenti Maria Tembenis Liz Tomaszewski Meridith Wesby $100+ Anonymous (6) Sandra Adams Elisabeth Adler Fran Anthes Arpi Aprhamian Wendy Ardizzone Nancy Balducci Kenneth Bates Sally Buffum Lucy Candib Ginni Cardoso Leonard Ciuffredo Congregational Church of Christ Cutler Management Corp. Herbert Daitch Joyce Danielson James DelSignore Jessica Diaz Sharon DiFranza Cindy Dube Jeanne Dupre-Flores Linwood Erskine

Week WIthout Violence 2017

Patricia Ewick Saul Feingold Warren and Donna Ferguson Jennifer Fini First Baptist Church of Worcester Donyce Fleck Patricia Franklin Brent Gilmore Dorista Goldsberry Izaida Gonzalez Debbie Hall Patricia Hallberg Jay Himmelstein and Ellen Ruell Linda Howard Christine Judycki-Crepeault Daniel Kelly Elizabeth Kelly Robyn Kennedy Sheila King-Goodwin Barbara Kohin Susan Kristoff Cheryl Lapriore Jean Largess Lauraine Laurence Marcia Levesque Beth Lewis Alexizendria Link Louise M. Erskine Real Estate Susan Lussier Cara Lyons Meghan Maceiko Susan Maedler Cara Maggioni David Mandel Angel Martinez Maureen Mayone Jewelry Anita Maurier

Ann McAdam Griffin Theresa McBride Samantha McDonald Timothy McGourthy Laura McNaughton Suzanne Millette Gina Moretti-MacConnell Sandra Morin Margaret Morris New Creation Community Church Anne O’Brien Kathleen Palm Reed Yuisa Perez Chionchio Chere Piermarini Edward Powers Cindy Purcell Bailey Rand Gareth Roberts Shelley Rodman Michelle Marie Rossi Jessica Sabourin Rhonda Sargent Richard Schmitt Carol Seager Linnea Sheldon Imrana Soofi Louise Tata The Allstate Foundation Lynne Tolman Polly Traina Transformation Kick Boxing Suzanne Uncapher Judith Uthoff Valerie Wedge Alyson Whalen Johnny Whitfield Virginia Woodbury Donna Wright ywcacm.org 15


SALEM SOCIETY Membership in the Salem Society recognizes donors who make a commitment to support the YWCA Central Massachusetts with an annual leadership gift of $1,250 or more. Members provide the unrestricted funding necessary to advance the agency’s mission by enabling the YWCA to recruit and retain talented and dedicated staff, maintain and improve the physical plant, enhance existing services, and develop new programs to meet emerging needs among women, children, and families. SALEM SOCIETY MEMBERS Anonymous (1) Margarete Arndt Joyce Augustus Linda Cavaioli and John Medbury Micki Davis Lori Dawson

Linda Doherty Mary Feeney Mary Fletcher Ingrid Cruse Helmer Liisa and David Holm Linda Looft Patrice MacLauchlan Susan Mailman

Linda Maykel, D.D.S. Renee Mikitarian-Bradley Charlene Nemeth Judith Ockene Deborah Penta Cynthia Pitcher Phyllis Pollack and W. Peter Metz

George Rand Shelley Rodman Carol Stolicny Lorna Stearns Ann Tripp Susan Woodbury

Yellow Brick Boutique Janice Yost Kathryn Zingg Hunter

Cyr Constance Tess Cooney Melissa Cordial Kathleen Cote Joanne Cox Michael and Marsha Cramer Amy Cross Courtney D’Alio Pamela D’Alio Sarah Daly Samantha D’Angelo Michael Dembowski Carole Demchack Bradford Douty Allison Dunn David Earls Amy Ebbeson Regina Edmonds Jill Elder Deborah Ellstrom Carolyn Erskine Matthew Ettinger Sharon Ettinger Mark Fantasia Juan Febles Juliet Feibel Kathleen Flaherty Geri Fuhrmann Suzanne Gainer David Gillis Gregory Gorski Patti Gould Noemi Grajales Joanne Gravell Bill Greenwood

Kathleen Gurlitz Nancy Hagberg Darlene Haglund Gloria Hall Nerissa Harper-Ketter Michael Heffernan Karen Johnson Eric Josephson Bonnie Kanner Elizabeth Keddy Denise Kemmitt Chris Kerylow Peggy Kocoras Sara Kowalczyk Michelle Laflamme Anne LaLiberty Portia Lassiter Colleen Laviolette Crystal Leger Suzanne Lewandowski Karen Longo Gary MacConnell Jennifer Madson Kasey Manz Kelly Manz Deborah Martin Anita Maurier Ellen McAdam Madeline McAdam Kate McAdam-Prickett Lynne McCormack Doris Melendez Linda Midura Linnea Miley Margery Miller Debra Minor

Barbara Mitchell Karen Moffatt Ann Montville Andrea Morais Jennifer Moran Norie Mozzone Kayte Muse Laura Myers Susan O’Brien Bonnie Orcutt Denise O’Donovan Amarely Gutierrez Oliver Paula Paldino Scott Pelletier Rebecca Petereit Doug Peterson Mychelle Phillips Cristina Picozzi Julie Pierce Laura Polanco Joyce Prouty Julian Pultorak Hilda Ramirez Nancy Ramsdell Vera Raposo Janet Rivard Alexandra Rivera Marymar Robles-Perez Jayne Roque Colleen Rossi Ruth Rubin Monica Salazar Alexandra Salcedo Sharon Sandman Lory Santoro Bonilla Schemelin

UP TO $99 Anonymous (4) Janet Abrahamian David Achenbach Therese Adams Judi Aho Daniel Anderson Nancy Babineau Christian Baehrecke Diane Balinski Zena Bauman Kimberly Bernier Betty-Ann Berube Susan Black Paul Belsito Melanie Bonsu Caitlin Borski Nancy Borski Kristine Bostek Michelle Boudreau Siobhan Bredin Beatrice Buteau Samantha Butera Dean Cariglia Colleen Carlucci Kerry Conaghan Jim Connor Michael Connor Wendy Connor Patrick Connor Holly Connors 16


Mindy Schiedler Lowerre Simsarian Tracey Smith Kamryn Snow Maria Skinner Beth Souza Pamela Spann Edna Spencer Tammy Staal Johanna Staub Sharon Taglienti Olivia Taralli Signe Taylor Sheila Tetler The Alchemist’s Design Dori Vecchio Barbara Wahler Barbara Werblin Melissa Whalen Pauline White William White Josepha Wilson YWCA Nereids Swim Club Helen Zazulak Kristin Zirkel LIVE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN Betty Buteau Ginni Cardoso Linda Cavaioli and John Medbury Children’s Investment Fund

Housing Ministries of New England Intel Corp. Matching Gift Program Stephanie Punto Carol Stolicny Barbara Werblin IN MEMORY OF ANN ANDERSON Lorraine Aubuchon Norma Bayson Wendy Ann Bigelow Julie Fife Karen Johnson Cindy Lindberg Norma Lindberg Ruaha Torni EMPLOYEE GIVING & MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Bank of America United Way Campaign CFC of Eastern Mass Employees National Grid United Way Employee Campaign The Aetna Foundation Intel Corporation Liberty Mutual Insurance —Give With Liberty PeoplesBank

Success Factors/SAP Truist Comprehensive Distribution United Way of Central Massachusetts United Way of Massachusetts Bank & Merrimack Valley United Way of North Central Massachusetts United Way of Rhode Island United Way of Tri-County Unum Group YWCA USA OTHER Amazon Smile Foundation Edison Wiper, Inc. GRC Wireless Hannaford Supermarkets —Bags4mycause Network for Good PayPal Giving Fund

UNITED WAY PARTNERS United Way of Central Massachusetts United Way of North Central Massachusetts GOVERNMENT Child Care Resources City of Leominster City of Worcester Mass Department of Children and Families Mass Department of Early Education and Care Mass Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Mass Department of Public Health Mass Department of Transitional Assistance Mass Office of Victim Assistance

The YWCA wishes to acknowledge all the individuals and companies whose in-kind donations have a much greater impact on YWCA programs and their participants than people may realize. Whether they are books or games for the children in our child care centers or emergency shelter, small household items for women in our transitional housing program, gifts for families during the holidays, clothing, or computer equipment, THANK YOU!

SPECIAL EVENT SPONSORS Thank you to all those individuals who attended and supported, and the dozens of local businesses that donated their services and/or gift items to the YWCA’s special events: BWR Dance for Peace Dance-a-thon, Daybreak Breakfast, International Women’s Day, STAND Against Racism and Tribute to Women. DANCE FOR PEACE Clinton Savings Bank Fidelity Bank Health Alliance Hospital IC Federal Credit Union Leominster Credit Union Nypro Foundation Workers’ Credit Union

DAYBREAK BREAKFAST Fidelity Bank Webster Five INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY Worcester State University STAND AGAINST RACISM Bowditch & Dewey LLP Carpenters Local 107

TRIBUTE TO WOMEN— KATHARINE F. ERSKINE AWARDS LUNCHEON Fallon Health Hanover Insurance Group Foundation Harvard Pilgrim Health Care PENTA Communications, Inc. Quinsigamond Community College UMass Memorial Health Care Women’s Initiative of

United Way of Central Massachusetts IN-KIND American Printing & Envelope Foley Food Service Minuteman Press Mugford’s Flower Shoppe PENTA Communications, Inc. Struck Catering

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VOLUNTEERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Micki Davis, Clark University President-elect Joyce Augustus Vice President Roberta Brien, Worcester Business Development Corporation Treasurer Mary Dean, Clinton Savings Bank Assistant Treasurer Deborah Gavron-Ravenelle, Reliant Medical Group Clerk Margarete Arndt, D.B.A., Clark University Assistant Clerk Christienne Bik, Fallon Health Ex Officio Linda Cavaioli MEMBERS Amanda Baer, Mirick O’connell Laura Crowley, Polar Beverages

Lori Dawson, Worcester State University Kristin DeSousa, National Grid Mary Feeney, Bowditch & Dewey Nerissa Harper-Ketter Etel Haxhiaj, Mothers Out Front Liisa Holm, Marsh McLennan New England Sheila King-Goodwin, Peoples Bank Shirley Konneh, Ph.D. Alexizendria Link, NAACP Worcester Susan Lopez, Auburn Public Schools Meghan Maceiko, Unum Group Joyce McNickles, Ed.D., McNickles & Associates Katherine Metzger Jessica Morris, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Yuisa Perez Chionchio, Family Health Center of Worcester Hilda Ramirez, Latino Education Institute, Worcester State University Milagros Rosal, Ph.D., UMass Medical School

2018 International Women’s Day Celebration

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Kristin Sawash, UniBank for Savings Patricia Smith, Fidelity Bank Imrana Soofi, Community Link of Central Massachusetts CORPORATORS Janet Amorello John Anderson Che Anderson Fran Anthes Wendy Ardizzone Hazel Berry Amy Berry Mark Bilotta Maureen Binienda Sally Bowditch Gail Carberry Harriette Chandler Anita Collins Joyce Danielson Linda Doherty Michael Donnelly John Duggan Christopher Ebacher Carolyn Erskine Jonathan Finkelstein Steven Fischer Robin Foley Judy Freedman Fask Eve Gilmore Dorista Goldsberry Joanne Gravell Paula Green Dorothy Hargrove Etel Haxhiaj James Hayes Rose Hayes Honee Hess Cheryl Houston Penelope Johnson Robert Jones Paul Kennedy Mary Kennedy Barbara Kohin Shirley Konneh Leah Lamson Patricia Lewis Jane Lochrie Monica Lowell Stacey Luster Gary MacConnell Joseph MacDonough

Ronald Macon Susan Maedler Susan Mailman Fran Manocchio Mary Jo Marion-Farrell Linda Maykel Theresa McBride Kate McEvoy-Zdonczyk Timothy McGourthy Mary Meade-Montaque Ruthann Melancon Katherine Metzger Renee Mikitarian-Bradley Janet Moore Rita Moran Jessica Morris Elizabeth Myska Suzanne Nebelung Christopher Nelson Charlene Nemeth Bonnie O’Brien Kevin O’Brien Denise O’Connell Judith Ockene Beatriz Patino Anthony Pellegrini Deborah Penta Marilyn Perlman Candace Race Kathleen Rentsch Bob Rentsch Shelley Rodman Laurie Ross Nancy Sala Janet Simonds Noreen Smith Edna Spencer Ann Stamm Casey Starr Donna Truex Kristin Waters Meridith Wesby Elaine Wright Tina Zlody EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Micki Davis, Chair Margarete Arndt, D.B.A. Joyce Augustus Christienne Bik Roberta Brien Mary Dean Deborah Gavron-Ravenelle


PERSONNEL COMMITTEE Cindy Laboffa Purcell, Chair Amanda Baer Kerry Brennan Joyce Danielson Jean McInerney

Women’s March Co-Chair Carmen Perez speaks at 2018 Stand Against Racism Community Forum.

PHYSICAL PLANT Roberta Brien, Co-Chair Renee Mikitarian-Bradley, Co-Chair Linda Doherty John Duggan Sandy Dunn Aleta Fazzone Mary Feeney Alicia O’Connell PROGRAM COMMITTEE Liisa Holm, Chair Susan Benedict Meghan Maceiko Bonnie O’Brien Yuisa Perez-Chionchio Milagros Rosal, Ph.D. AUDIT COMMITTEE Micki Davis, Chair Margarete Arndt, D.B.A. Joyce Augustus Christienne Bik Mary Dean Deborah Gavron-Ravenelle Karen Kempskie-Aquino Gary MacConnell Joseph MacDonough Susan Maedler Nancy Moscato Genie-Rae Richard DAYBREAK STANDING COMMITTEE Carolyn Erskine, Co-Chair Robert Rentsch, Co-Chair Hazel Berry Margo Chevers Lori Dawson Judy Freedman Fask Isabelle Jenkins Theresa McBride Andrea Lennon Ginger Navickas Aaron Payson Tony Pellegrini

Phyllis Pollack, M.D. Ann Stamm FINANCE COMMITTEE Mary Dean, Co-Chair Linda Doherty, Co-Chair Joyce Augustus Deborah Gavron-Ravenelle Karen Kempskie-Aquino Gary MacConnell Joseph MacDonough Susan Maedler Nancy Moscato Genie-Rae Richard Kristin Sawash Jeanie Connolly

PUBLIC POLICY COMMITTEE Christienne Bik, Chair Laura Crowley Eve Gilmore Etel Haxhiaj Julie Holstrom Joyce McNickles, Ed.D. Katharine Cooney

RACIAL JUSTICE TASK FORCE Amy Ebbeson, Co-Chair Joyce McNickles, Ed.D., Co-Chair Rev. Raymond Austin Chantel Bethea Laura Crowley Lori Dawson Kathy Esparza Etel Haxhiaj Judith Ockene, Ph.D. Yuisa Perez-Chionchio Imrana Soofi RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Eve Gilmore, Co-Chair Katherine Metzger, Co-Chair Margarete Arndt, D.B.A. Ruthann Melancon Hilda Ramirez Patricia Smith Susan Woodbury STAND AGAINST RACISM COMMITTEE Jessica Morris, Co-Chair Bea Patino, Co-Chair Shaun Cannon Joanne Fowling Heather-Lyn Haley, Ph.D. Robert Jones Kyla Pacheco Karen Pelletier

Staff make every attempt to ensure that the information included in these lists are accurate and complete. If there are omissions, misspellings, or other errors, please report them to the Development Office at 508-767-2505, extension 3009 and please accept our apologies.

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE Linda Doherty, Chair Nancy Moscato Kevin O’Brien Kristin Sawash Ann Tripp MARKETING COMMITTEE Susan Benedict, Chair Joyce Augustus Abby Clark

2018 Girls CHOICE graduating seniors.

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racism empowering women peace justice

freedom dignity Central Massachusetts

1 Salem Square Worcester, MA 01608 508-767-2505 ywcacm.org

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