Board of Directors

NELCWIT's board is a collection of community members who represent various social and cultural groups, professions, life experiences, and backgrounds. We aspire to maintaining a robust board of directors that reflects the diversity of the agency staff and the communities NELCWIT serves, and we welcome interest from anyone interested in potentially joining the board.

2019 Board of Directors

Pam Brown, 

Sandy StaubVice President

Tessa White-DiemandSecretary

Johanna Bourgeois, Treasurer

Karen Fitzpatrick

Grace Ramsay

Ginger Robinson

Rachel Gordon

Yves Solomon-Fernandez

Board members commit to: 

  • A 2-year term with the option of renewal. 
  • Attending board meetings, which are generally held monthly on the last Thursday from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. 
  • Serving on at least one board committee and attending committee meetings as needed,  in addition to regular board meetings.  Members serve on committees that best suit their skills, experience, and interest. 
  • Supporting the fundraising and development goals of the agency by serving on one fundraising committee or event per year. 
  • Making a financial contribution to the organization at a level that is personally significant to each member, as determined by that member.  There is no pre-determined level of donation required of board members. 
  • Being a goodwill ambassador/representative of the agency in the wider community and to various constituencies.
  • Actively supporting and engaging in the agency's anti-racist mission and efforts.
  • Preserving the confidentiality of matters pertaining to the agency.

For more information about how you can be a part of the NELCWIT Board of Directors, contact our office at (413)772-0871  or see the application below for more information.

For immediate crisis intervention, please call our 24/7 Crisis Hotline: 413-772-0806

To talk to someone in person, please come to our Greenfield location during the following walk-in hours:

Monday-Friday, 9AM-4PM

We are located at 479 Main St., Greenfield, MA
Sarah Fitzgibbons,
Jul 13, 2018, 10:36 AM