Maggie Moore  | 

Maggie is an advisor and board member at organizations serving parents and families across the country, including SimpliFed, Project Bread, Roca, and Boston Community Pediatrics. She earned her Master’s of Public Health in Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in 2022 and previously worked at Goldman Sachs for 13 years in asset management, ESG and impact investing.

Christine Kendall  | 

Christine Kendall is the Founding Partner of SmarterGive where she provides strategic advice on high-impact philanthropy to individuals, families and businesses. At SmarterGive, she helps donors to be more effective grantmakers and ultimately to drive greater impact on the lives of others. She has spent her career at the crossroads of the private and social sectors developing expertise in both fields.

Christine spent much of her career in strategy consulting, at both LEK and FSG, where she gained an analytic, and strategic skill set. While at FSG, a consulting firm focused exclusively on the social sector, she gained a deep knowledge and understanding of this sector. She has worked with many donors including foundations such as the Hilton Foundation, the Barr Foundation, and the Knight Foundation as well as corporate donors such as The Shell Foundation, The McKesson Foundation, and Eli Lilly. She has not only worked with funders but has experience working with many non-profits, large collaboratives, and government organizations.

In addition to her domestic work, Christine has extensive global experience having worked on projects across the world including in Africa, Asia, and South America. She has also worked for Dana-Farber Cancer Center, and several research think-tanks in Boston and Washington DC. She has also taught public health at an elementary school in Achaise, Ghana.

Christine has a master’s in healthcare management from the Harvard School of Public Health and a B.A. with honors in economics and history from Colby College.

Tiffany Garner  | 

Tiffany Garner currently serves as the Children, Health & Prevention Policy Advocate for Futures Without Violence based in Washington, DC, where she advocates for federal legislation and funding for families and children exposed to violence while promoting policies that strengthen the response of schools, health care providers, child welfare and early childhood programs, domestic violence agencies to recognize and address the needs of children and adults who have been victimized by or witnessed physical, sexual or community violence.

Tiffany received her Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Communication and Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and completed her Masters of Public Administration from Old Dominion University in Fall 2020. She serves as a member of Junior League of Washington, a committee chairperson with Virginia Women Leading Government (VWLG) and serves on the board of directors for Virginia FACT & Roca Inc.

Tiffany is native to North Carolina where she spent over seven years as a domestic violence therapist for children exposed to intimate partner violence as well as a manager for an innovative youthful offenders’ program, focusing on teens who perpetrate aggressive and violent behaviors within dating relationships. She has served as a trainer for law enforcement officers on the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) Maryland Model, a program that helps to identify victims of domestic violence who are at the highest risk of being seriously injured or killed by their intimate partners. In addition, Tiffany has continuously worked with law enforcement, researchers, public officials and community partners across the country on advocacy initiatives as well as public funding support focused on the implementation of innovative community-based strategies for reducing and preventing violence and crime within vulnerable communities.

Angie Janssen  | 

Angie Janssen is founder and CEO of Donii (www.donii.org) a tool that addresses inefficiencies in how donated items reach individuals and families in need. Angie’s background is in Environmental, Social, Governance research and Corporate Social Responsibility. Prior to Donii she was an ESG analyst at Boston Common Asset Management. Other board engagements include Summits Education (a provider of education systems in rural Haiti), and FamilyAid Boston. Angie earned a B.A. in Government and a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from Harvard University.

Stewart Chapin  | 

Stew Chapin is trustee of the Bennett Family Foundation, with a focus on organizations that help teens and young adults get reconnected to a supportive community. He spent his professional career in senior marketing, business development and product management roles for technology companies that included large corporations such as Microsoft and AT&T Wireless. He served as manager, investor and board member to start-ups in software, streaming media and aviation services.

Prior to joining the Board, Stew led teams from CCT Boston that consulted with Roca on a pro-bono basis to address some of the challenges facing this growing organization. He serves on the Board of CCT Boston and the Advisory Board of Youth Harbors. Stew received his BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business.

John Shue  | 

John Shue is a Managing Director of Private Equity at Harvard Management Company. Prior to joining Harvard Management Company in 2006, John worked with Boston-based private equity firm Audax Group as a Vice President in their Venture Group from 1999-2001 and at Housatonic Partners as an Entrepreneur in Residence with a Search Fund vehicle called Mongoose Media from 2002-2005. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Harvard College and a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

Joshua Reed-Diawuoh  | 

Joshua is a recent graduate of the MIT Sloan School of Management and a Fellow at the MIT Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship. He is the Founder of GRIA Food Co., a venture dedicated to bringing delicious and nutritious African snacks to consumers around the world. Joshua previously worked as a consultant in the social impact space, leading various projects across agriculture, public health, nutrition, and workforce development. At Third Sector Capital Partners he served as the Project Lead for the Roca Pay For Success Initiative from 2016 – 2018, overseeing project finances and reporting and serving as the intermediary between a range of stakeholders on the project. He is deeply passionate about reforming our criminal justice system and ensuring that all young people have opportunities to pursue their passions.

Greg Torres  | 

Greg Torres is currently President of MassINC. He joined MassINC in June of 2007. As President, Greg is responsible to the Board of Directors for setting policy, leading fund raising activities, and guiding program operations. Greg also serves as publisher of CommonWealth magazine, now a leader in investigative journalism.

Greg began his career working with juvenile delinquents in the early 1970s in Boston. As the de-institutionalization movement proceeded, Greg was instrumental in developing community-based programs for adolescents with his work at the Massachusetts Committee on Criminal Justice. As Assistant Secretary for Criminal Justice under Governor Michael Dukakis, he led reform efforts in the adult correctional system as well. From 1984-1992 Greg served as Chief of Staff to the Massachusetts’ Senate Committee on Ways and Means.

In 1992 Greg joined the MENTOR Network as Senior Vice President, having served as a founding board member in 1980. Assuming the role of President and CEO from 1996-2005, Greg led the growth of MENTOR from a regional company providing services primarily to children into a national organization serving people of all ages in a wide variety of settings, now operating in thirty-seven states. Having retired as CEO, Greg continues to chair the board of the MENTOR Network.

Greg is a graduate of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (MPA 1982) and of St. Vincent’s College in Latrobe PA (BA 1971). Greg chaired the board of Roca from 2006-2009.

Molly Baldwin  | 

Molly Baldwin founded Roca in 1988 and serves as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. With a mission to disrupt the cycle of poverty and incarceration by helping young people transform their lives, Roca serves over 900 high-risk young people annually across 21 communities in Massachusetts. For three decades, Molly has been a tireless advocate, mentor, and community convener, reaching out to the highest-risk young people and bringing together the major institutions, corporations, and agencies that affect their lives.

Molly led Roca to be a high-performing, data-driven organization, with a nationally-recognized intervention model that focuses on better outcomes for young people and communities. A long-distance runner, she is a graduate of U-Mass, Amherst, holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Lesley University and an honorary Ph.D. from Salem State University and Lesley University.